The cyber resiliency of White House operations.
On this week’s show Ben unpacks a recent Capital Hill hearing on the crypto wars, Dave describes a ruling that addresses biometrics and self incrimination. Our guest is Christopher Whyte, an assistant professor of homeland security and emergency preparedness at Virginia Commonwealth University. We’ll be discussing the notion that cyber security in the White House is in disarray.
Links to stories:
- Apple Pushes Back as Senate's Nightmare Anti-Encryption Push Comes Back From the Dead
- Feds Can't Force You To Unlock Your iPhone With Finger Or Face, Judge Rules
- Scoop: Cyber memo warns of new risks to White House network
- Christopher Whyte's profile on VCU's website
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