Arthur House, former Cybersecurity Risk Officer for the State of Connecticut, Cybersecurity Policy Advisor to Connecticut’s Secretary of the State and Adjunct Professor at the University of Connecticut, is among the cybersecurity experts who warned of a large-scale cyberattack for years. He joins the Council to discuss the recent attack on Colonial Pipeline, which is responsible for about 45% of the East Coast fuel supply, and how to better protect U.S. critical infrastructure. How did this unprecedented attack happen in the first place? Why is the United States' most critical infrastructure so undefended? What can the U.S. do to prevent the next attack?
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