Above the Fold National and Cyber Security

The number one domestic priority has to be economic growth.

Blair Latoff Holmes
Nodes in a Internet of Things network.

A Chamber Technology Engagement Center poll finds that the public understands the value in internet-connected devices.

Sean Hackbarth
Ann Beauchesne, U.S. Chamber senior vice president of National Security and Preparedness at the Air Force Memorial.

Cyberattacks threaten our national competitiveness, but there is something we can do about it.

Laura Bonavita
Cyber crime

The same tech tools used to attack businesses can be used to threaten our national security.

Vincent Voci

Working together, we can strengthen America's cyber networks, paving the way for economic growth and improved security.

A panel on the private sector's roll in cybersecurity at the U.S. Chamber's  5th Annual Cybersecurity conference.

Businesses must recognize the increasing attention regulators are placing on private sector cyber practices and safeguards.

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Gov. Tom Ridge, first Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, speaks at the U.S. Chamber Cybersecurity Summit.

CEOs understand that cyber is a threat, that this threat will exist over the long term, and that it can be managed.

Gov. Tom Ridge
Bradley Hayes and Chris Hallenbeck at the U.S. Chamber's 5th Annual Cybersecurity conference

It’s no longer a matter of if, but when, a breach will occur.

Chris Hallenbeck