Tom Kellermann

former Senior Risk Management Specialist, World Bank Security Team

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Former security official with the World Bank; Vice President of Security Awareness at Core Security, a private cybersecurity company

 

Tom Kellermann on KCRW

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.”

Another 'Czar' at the Obama White House

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.”

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