Lisa Monaco, '97, Profiled: "Women in Security: PowerPlayers"

Women in Security: PowerPlayers

Two years ago at the Council on Foreign Relations, Lisa Monaco, then counterterrorism advisor to President Obama, called out compromised data integrity as a serious threat going forward and stressed that the U.S. was open to using every tool in its arsenal to battle nation-state cyberinterference, noting the country just need to be nimbler and quicker on the draw.

Well-known for her work with the White House and as the assistant attorney general for national security in the Justice Department, Monaco regularly drew praise for making cybersecurity a priority, including her leadership in the U.S.’s response to a number of security risks, cyber and otherwise, both domestically and internationally.

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