Zero Day

American Banker

01 May 2020

Nathan Taylor was a guest on the third episode of American Banker’s podcast Zero Day, a five-part series that explores whether cyberspace can be made more secure. In this episode, Nathan discusses how the government’s approach to cybersecurity has evolved over the last 40 years.

“The cybersecurity landscape was virtually nonexistent [prior to 2000],” Nathan said. “There were some early uses within the government, but we didn’t have the internet, and computing wasn’t as ubiquitious, and that really led to the proliferation of the threat.”

The full series is available to listen to on the American Banker website, and is also available on iTunes, Stitcher, and Spotify.



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