NJIT Professor Talks Cybersecurity on ‘Another Thing with Larry Mendte’

Written by: Shydale James,
Computer science professor Reza Curtmola (right) and Larry Mendte (left) discuss infrastructure vulnerabilities and homeland security risks due to cyberattacks during an episode of “Another Thing with Larry Mendte.”
“At the end of the day, a very determined adversary who spends enough time and resources will be able to break into any computer system."

Associate computer science professor Reza Curtmola discussed cyberattacks and national security risks on “Another Thing, with Larry Mendte,” which aired Nov. 19 on WJLP-TV.

“At the end of the day, a very determined adversary who spends enough time and resources will be able to break into any computer system…it’s all about mitigating risk,” said Curtmola, who recently penned an op-ed about voter fraud and election cybersecurity.

For more information on biometric hacks, the implications of data leaks and cyberwar preparedness, check out Curtmola’s full interview.