Looking Forward to a National Security Strategy
Interview in Metropolitan Corporate Counsel magazine
July 2004, Mid-Atlantic Edition
Gov. Gilmore gave his views on the status of the nation’s preparedness in the event of catastrophic attack or disaster. The interview discusses progress that has been made in improving coordination of first responders with the federal government and the need for information sharing among all levels of government.
Securing Our Cyberspace
The Private Sector needs to protect itself – and our nation – from computer threats
January 19, 2004, Legal Times
This article, co-authored by Gov. Gilmore, Joseph T. Casey, Jr. and Stephen M. Arner, all of Kelley Drye & Warren LLP, delineates the need for companies in the private sector to address security issues and develop and adhere to a cybersecurity plan.
Black Ice: The Invisible Threat of Cyber Terrorism
By Dan Verton
© 2003 McGraw-Hill/Osborne
hardcover book, available in bookstores or on
Gov. Gilmore is quoted frequently in this book.
This compelling work will add much to the debate on homeland security issues. Verton argues forcefully and convincingly that real-time intelligence sharing is the key to ensuring that the high-tech future of terrorism does not become like black ice stretched across the information superhighway – alerting us to its presence only after we are spinning out of control.
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