Steptoe Cyberlaw Podcast - Interview with Alexander Klimburg

February 10, 2015

In our fifty-third episode of the Steptoe Cyberlaw Podcast, Stewart Baker, Michael Vatis, Jason Weinstein, Doug Kantor, and Stephanie Roy discuss:

  • The Anthem breach:  China suspected in the hack of health; Anthem did not encrypt data
  • FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler announces that he is circulating a proposal on net neutrality
  • Reports put broker-dealers on cybersecurity notice
  • President Obama unveils modified NSA data collection rules
  • PCLOB releases a report card for the administration
  • UK access to NSA mass surveillance data is now considered legal
  • Google advisory group recommends limiting the right to be forgotten to the European Union
  • Congressional overview: Information sharing; National data breach law; Criminal law tweaks; President Obama asks for $14 billion to step up cybersecurity

In our second half we have an interview with Alexander Klimburg, a senior research fellow at the Hague Centre for Strategic Studies.

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