Adm. Michael Rogers: Facing The New Threat Landscape

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In this video, Admiral Michael Rogers, former U.S. Director of the National Security Agency (NSA) and former Commander of US Cyber Command, reflects on his time at the NSA and shares his insights on the future of cyber security.

Through Admiral Rogers leadership, the NSA underwent the largest reorganization in 20 years. His job as a director and leader was to set a broad strategic agenda and vision for the future. An emphasis on teamwork and planning allowed his team to prepare for changing and uncertain environments in advance.

Admiral Rogers points out in our free and open society trust in our cyber exchanges are predicated on instant access to information, the truth and accuracy of that information. From automated banking to social media and day-to-day internet searches, we rely heavily on the web for our entertainment, news and security. Listen while Admiral Rogers shares his three tenets for maintaining secure systems now and into the year 2025.

Rogers extensive experience makes him an expert speaker on topics such as fintech, crisis management, cyber security, and leadership.  To learn more about Admiral Rogers background and speaking topics you can visit his speaker page, chat, e-mail or call us at 1-800-SPEAKER.

Former Director of National Security Agency & Former Commander of US Cyber Command

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Admiral Michael Rogers is the former director of the National Security Agency (NSA), the former chief of Central Security Service, and the former commander of US Cyber Command. Rogers assumed those posts in March of 2014 and stepped down in May of 2018. An MIT technology seminar fellow and former Harvard Senior Executive in national security, Admiral Rogers is one of the most-knowledgeable intelligence operatives and cyber security experts on the lecture circuit today. Offering presentations packed with insights gleaned from his recent experience at the highest levels of the US government, he served under both Presidents Obama and Trump and oversaw the NSA and Cyber Command responses to both the Snowden leaks and Russian interference in the 2016 US Presidential election.