The Darkening Web
Alexander Klimburg talked about his book The Darkening Web: The War for Cyberspace, in which he looks at current cyber attacks and the consequences of cyber warfare on politics. He was joined in discussion by several industry experts.
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Laura Galante Nonresident Senior Fellow Atlantic Council of the U.S.->Cyber Statecraft Initiative
Alexander Klimburg Nonresident Senior Fellow Atlantic Council of the U.S.
Tal Kopan Reporter CNN->Politics
Franklin D. Kramer Distinguished Fellow Atlantic Council of the U.S.->Brent Scowcroft Center on International Security
Jane Holl Lute Deputy Secretary (Former) Department of Homeland Security
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