KQED Radio
KQED Newssee more
Latest Newscasts:KQEDNPR
Player Sponsored By
upper waypoint

David Sanger On Global Conflict in The Cyber Age

Save ArticleSave Article
Failed to save article

Please try again

David Sanger's latest book is "The Perfect Weapon: War Sabotage, and Fear in the Cyber Age." (Photo: Stephanie Le)

While the U.S. and North Korea have been engaged in cyber warfare for the past decade, cyber security has largely been absent from President Trump and Kim Jong-Un’s nuclear disarmament discussions. David Sanger, author of “The Perfect Weapon,” joins Forum to discuss the changing nature of global combat and how the U.S. government is grossly unprepared to deal with cyber threats.

David Sanger, national security correspondent, New York Times; author, The Perfect Weapon: War, Sabotage, and Fear in the Cyber Age”


lower waypoint
next waypoint
Barbara McQuade on the Disinformation That's 'Sabotaging America'Political and Legal Fallout Continues After Alabama IVF RulingElection 2024: SF’s Prop F Would Cut Cash Aid for People Who Use Drugs and Refuse TreatmentThe Explosion of Beirut’s Port Told Through the Lives of Women in “All She Lost”Election 2024: Concerns about Joe Biden Focus Spotlight on Kamala HarrisPerformance Reviews are Underperforming. What Should Replace Them?Tommy Orange’s ‘Wandering Stars’ Examines the Legacy and Consequences of Cultural ErasureUCSF’s Gretchen Sisson Spotlights Experiences of Birth Mothers in ‘Relinquished’Charles Duhigg's “Supercommunicators” Breaks Down How to Talk Better and Forge ConnectionsU.S. to Impose Major New Sanctions on Russia After Death of Alexei Navalny