Michael Vatis

Steptoe & Johnson

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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

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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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