A Snapshot Look at Cyber Threats with Rick Ledgett

| Rick Ledgett
Rick Ledgett
Former Deputy Director, National Security Agency

The Cipher Brief is bringing subscribers different expert perspectives on cyber threats this week.  Today’s perspective comes from Rick Ledgett, former Deputy Director of the National Security Agency.  We spoke with Rick about the same issues that we spoke with former NCTC Director Nick Rasmussen about to get his take on the current cyber threat environment and issues ranging from terrorism to nation state threats, to deterring cyber attacks against the government and private industry.

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The Author is Rick Ledgett

Rick Ledgett served as the Deputy Director of the National Security Agency from January 2014 until his retirement in April 2017, culminating a nearly 40 year career in cryptology at NSA and in the U.S. Army. He previously led the Media Leaks Task Force, the Agency's response to the Snowden leaks. He was the first National Intelligence Manager for Cyber at the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, and he directed NSA's 24/7 cyber threat operations center.

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