When asked what he wanted to be remembered by, longtime Harvard Law Professor and former Watergate prosecutor Philip B. Heymann ’60 replied: “Speaking truth to power.” Heymann, a beloved colleague and distinguished public servant, died Nov. 30 at his home in Los Angeles. He was 89.
Harvard Law Today recently spoke with homeland security expert Juliette Kayyem ’95 about what the U.S. can do to deter future ransomware attacks.
“A World (Dis)order,” a panel with national security experts exploring the vulnerabilities of globalization and a changing world touched issues including climate change, cybersecurity, North Korea, ISIS, populism and authoritarianism.
By Juliette Kayyem ’95
Fifteen years from now, the threats will be different, but my hope is the next generation of security specialists will do better in equipping the public with the resources and education so they will be better at assessing what, in fact, they should do. Continue Reading »