Raduege analyzes Commission’s final cyber report

February 10, 2011 — Host Tom Temin speaks with two guests this week.

First up, Rich Kutter of the Lightweight Portable Security Team of the Air Force. He works out of Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. His team developed a CD boot disk with a secure operating system that can convert a buggy, spyware-laden PC into a secure machine. The team won a leadership award from ISC2.

And we hear from Harry Raduege, formerly of the Air Force and now with Deloitte. He is a member of the Commission on Cybersecurity for the 44th Presidency. Its final progress report is out and he has commentary.