Juliette Kayyem

Kayyem Solutions and lecturer in public policy, Harvard Kennedy School of Government

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Juliette Kayyem is the founder of Kayyem Solutions, which which provides strategic advice in technology, risk management, mega-event planning and cybersecurity. The faculty director of the Homeland Security Program at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government, she is also a national security analyst for CNN. Kayyem is the author of Security Mom: An Unclassified Guide to Protecting Our Homeland and Your Home, and host of the WGBH News podcast Security Mom.

Kayyem is a former member of the Homeland Security Advisory Council and former assistant secretary at the Department of Homeland Security. She is also a former advisor at the Department of Justice, and a former columnist for the Boston Globe.

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