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For 19 years, the RSA Conference (being held this week in San Francisco) has set the worldwide information security agenda. And in its history, homeland security has increasingly become synonymous with cyber security. What’s being done to enforce American’s cyber infrastructure and networks against counter terrorism? What’s the future of cloud computing and how will it change the way we communicate and do business? Patt checks in with a former secretary of Homeland Security and FBI experts about assessing a federal initiative to safeguard our computer networks against terrorists and profiteers.
Jeffrey Troy, chief of the FBI's Cyber Criminal Section
Michael Chertoff, former Secretary of Homeland Security