'The Fifth Domain:' Book Discusses The Need For Cybersecurity Improvement
Former Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller’s congressional testimony earlier this summer re-asserted what was already known: Russia has been working to affect U.S. elections by hacking into databases and sowing disagreements in multiple ways on social media.
That has served to make it even clearer that the nation needs to emphasize improvement in cybersecurity.
That’s at the core of former White House counterterrorism coordinator Richard Clarke’s new book, "The Fifth Domain: Defending Our Country, Our Companies and Ourselves in the Age of Cyber Threats". He joined The Show to discuss this issue.