Since the September eleven attacks, the U.S. has undergone major changes, aimed at public safety; from the way we travel to how our government agencies interact. But according to our guest, security expert Frank Cilluffo, threats remain, including in cyberspace. We find out what’s improved in terms of protecting Americans, and where the holes are.
Frank Cilluffo: Director of the Homeland Security Policy Insititute at George Washington University and former Special Assistant to the President for Homeland Security under the Bush administration.
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