Part 2 of 2 – Today, American intellectual property, trade secrets and data holdings have never been more at risk. The United States is being bombarded by cyber attacks, and experts predict the global annual cost of cyber crime to top $8 trillion in 2023 alone. This week, host Elisa is joined by Michael McLaughlin, cybersecurity expert and Principal for Government Relations at Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney. In part two of this discussion, Elisa and Michael unpack the risks of unregulated cryptocurrencies, the methods behind foreign influence campaigns, and propose suggestions on how best to restructure the U.S. government approach to cybersecurity.
Michael G. McLaughlin is Principal for Government Relations and the Cybersecurity and Data Privacy Practice Group Co-Leader at Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney
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