Richard A. Clarke appears in the following:
Friday, December 20, 2013
This week, the White House released a 300-page report, which included a list of 46 recommendations to change the NSA’s surveillance techniques and increase transparency and oversight. Brooke talks with Richard Clarke, a member of the panel, about the group’s attempt to address the privacy concerns of Americans.
Tuesday, May 28, 2013
The Washington Post reports that Chinese hackers may have compromised many advanced U.S. weapon systems, citing a report by The Defense Science Board, which suggests that more than two dozen weapons systems were breached. The programs are said to be critical to U.S. missile defenses and combat aircraft and ships. Richard Clarke is the former White House counter-terrorism czar and managing partner of Good Harbor, a cyber-security consultancy.
Tuesday, February 05, 2013
What will future cyber-conflicts look like? Richard Clarke, former White House counter-terrorism czar, has a few ideas. He's a managing partner of Good Harbor, a cyber-security consultancy.
Thursday, March 29, 2012
This story has all the trappings of a spy novel, or a James Bond film. Espionage. International intrigue. Underground nuclear development. It would make for quite a work of fiction...except that this story is true. In 2010, a little virus called Stuxnet caused severe damage to an Iranian uranium-enrichment facility, effectively delaying Iran’s nuclear capabilities for months or possibly years. It was long thought that Israel took the lead in developing Stuxnet, but our next guest thinks that the Untied States was the culprit. And while we Americans might be skilled in creating cyber-viruses, we might be completely unprepared when it comes to defending ourselves against them.
Wednesday, April 21, 2010
A cyber attack could wreak havoc on our national security.