The U.S. intelligence community has accused Russia of influencing the outcome of the 2016 presidential election- an act which is being called cyber-terrorism. Subsequently, Trump has criticized U.S. Intelligence and promised shakeups in process and outcomes of the CIA, FBI and the NSA. What does this chaos mean for U.S. homeland security, our approach to global conflict, and our ability to keep our digital and structural infrastructure safe?
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|Tim Berners-Lee - Inventor of the World Wide Web Leader & Visionary in the Future of Technology||Ehud Barak - Prime Minister of Israel (1999-2001); Minister of Defense of Israel (2007-2012)|
|Mohamed ElBaradei - Director General Emeritus, International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA); Nobel Laureate; Former Vice President of Egypt||Jane Lute - Former Deputy Secretary of Homeland Security (2009-2013); Former Assistant Secretary-General of the United Nations|
|Jimmy Wales - Founder, Wikipedia; U.S. Internet Entrepreneur||Dick Cheney - 46th Vice President of the United States|
|Michael Chertoff - Former Secretary of Homeland Security; Co-Founder and Executive Chairman, The Chertoff Group, a Global Security Firm||Bill Bratton - Police Commissioner of New York City (1994-1996, 2014-2016); Chief of Police of Los Angeles (2002-2009); Commissioner of the Boston Police Department (1993-1994); Vice Chairman, Homeland Security Advisory Council|
|Bret Stephens - Foreign Affairs Expert; Deputy Editorial Page Editor, Wall Street Journal; Pulitzer Prize Winner for Distinguished Commentary||Joe Lieberman - U.S. Senator from Connecticut (1988-2012); Democratic Candidate for Vice President (2000)|
|Martin Indyk - United States Ambassador to the State of Israel (1995-1997; 2000-2001); Assistant Secretary of State for Near East Affairs (1997-2000) & U.S. Special Envoy for Israeli-Palestinian Negotiations (2013-2014); Vice President & Director for Foreign Policy at the Brookings Institution||Zalmay Khalilzad - Ambassador to Iraq (2005-2007); Ambassador to Afghanistan (2003-2005); U.S. Permanent Representative to the United Nations (2007-2009)|