Sami Saydjari

CEO, Cyber Defense Agency

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Chief executive officer of Cyber Defense Agency and Chairman of the Professionals for Cyber Defense

Sami Saydjari on KCRW

Credit-card theft, bank fraud and electronic spying are cheaper and easier because of the Internet.  There's evidence that China and Russia have hacked into defense contractors and…

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Attacks on the Internet may not produce blood and gore, but they do pose genuine threats to national security and the economy.

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Attacks on the Internet may not produce blood and gore, but they do pose genuine threats to national security and the economy.

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