Frank Cilluffo

Frank J. Cilluffo is the director of Auburn University’s McCrary Institute for Cyber and Critical Infrastructure Security. Cilluffo is a member of the Cyberspace Solarium Commission and the Department of Homeland Security’s Advisory Council, and he’s routinely called upon to advise senior officials in the executive branch, U.S. Armed Services, and state and local governments on an array of matters related to national and homeland security strategy and policy.

Geopolitics

Backbone is everything, don’t be owned by your infrastructure: Lessons from Ukraine for America

by Frank Cilluffo, Sharon Cardash • 6 months ago

Russia — in its Soviet incarnation — was the source of Ukraine’s infrastructure. Postwar pipes for everything from water to telecommunications in Ukraine is Russian in origin.

Government

Why the FBI’s cyber attachés are so valuable

by Frank Cilluffo, Val Cofield • 2 years ago

A cyber attaché being stationed with the host country’s counterparts provides quicker access to information that would otherwise be buried in a bureaucratic approval process.

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