Michael Vatis

Steptoe & Johnson

Guest

Partner at the law firm of Steptoe & Johnson in New York, focusing on security and technology issues; founding director of the FBI's National Infrastructure Protection Center, which is responsible for detecting and responding to cyber attacks

Michael Vatis on KCRW

Somebody has spent the past five years stealing corporate and government secrets in 14 countries, the biggest coordinated cyber attack discovered so far.

Cyberwarfare: Is the Best Defense a Good Offense?

Somebody has spent the past five years stealing corporate and government secrets in 14 countries, the biggest coordinated cyber attack discovered so far.

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