What type of leadership would be most successful against the threat of cyber-attacks?

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"We don't look out very well to the future…Without accountable leaders, I don't think we'll make much progress." This was one of the powerful messages from Ret. U.S. Navy Admiral Michael G. Mullen, the former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, who stressed the importance of leadership and accountability to counter the threat of cyber-terrorism. What type of leadership do you think would be most successful against the threat of cyber-attacks?

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  • Kevin Beaver
    Leadership that's willing to put it's neck out there, make some tough decisions, and act on those decisions in a principled and consistent fashion...not leadership that cowers, blames, and pretends problems don't exist (the leadership we most often see when it comes to IT and information security).
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