The Department of Homeland Security and FBI have their eyes and hands on election cybersecurity, but who's paying attention to securing the actual campaigns? This is the purview of the newly-chartered U.S. CyberDome. In this exclusive session, U.S. CyberDome Executive Director, Brigadier Gen. Francis X. Taylor (Ret.), outlines:
The U.S. CyberDome mission
Threats to campaign security
How threats and threat actors will be addressed between now and November
Brigadier General Francis X. Taylor (Ret.) currently serves as President and CEO of FXTaylor Associates, LLC in Washington DC. After he retired from active duty, General Taylor was nominated and confirmed as US Ambassador at Large and Coordinator for Counterterrorism (2001 to 2002) and Assistant Secretary of State for Diplomatic Security and Director of the Office of Foreign Missions (2002 to 2005). On leaving government, he became VP and Chief Security Officer for the General Electric Company managing security operations and crisis management globally until accepting the nomination as Under Secretary for Intelligence and Analysis for Department of Homeland Security in April 2014. In this role, he was charged with providing the Secretary, DHS senior leadership, the DHS components, state/local, tribal and private sector partners with the homeland security intelligence and information required to keep the country safe, secure and resilient. Mr. Taylor was also a member of the US Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board from 2006 to 2010. .