Cyberspace Security/ Stem Cell Advance


Guests:

*Su Chun Zhang
Assistant Professor, Anatomy and Neurology
The Waisman Center
University of Wisconsin
Madison, Wisconsin

*Matt Devost
Founder, Terrorism Research Center
Executive Director
Technical Defense, Inc.
Burke, Virginia

*Kevin Houle
Internet Security Analyst
CERT Coordination Center
Software Engineering Institute
Carnegie Mellon University
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Last week, two government websites were defaced by a group threatening violence against Americans. How vulnerable are private and government computers to cyber attack? And has the threat changed since September 11th? In this hour, we'll be talking about cyberspace security. Plus, turning stem cells into brain cells.

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