Cyber crime is a real threat to the economy. Railroads, air traffic control and electric utilities are already the targets of “Weapons of Mass Disruption.” That was the President's message today as he created a new job to make up for a dismal lack of national preparation. The Cyber-security Coordinator will be on both the economic and national security councils with access to the President, but critics insist that won't work. We hear how serious the problem is and ask if creating the new “Czar” will be more than a symbolic gesture.
Another 'Czar' at the Obama White House
James Lewis - Center for Strategic and International Studies - @james_a_lewis, Paul Light - Professor of Public Service, New York University, John Arquilla - Professor of Defense Analysis, Naval Postgraduate School, Tom Kellermann - former Senior Risk Management Specialist, World Bank Security Team