Gen. Raduege Responds to Hathaway's Move to Harvard

p-raduegeFollowing Melissa Hathaway’s move to Harvard Kennedy School’s Belfer Center, The New New Internet had the opportunity to discuss the move briefly with Gen. Harry Raduege, currently chairman at the Deloitte Center for Network Intergration.

Raduege believes this move will prove useful for Hathaway and the nation.

Moving to the center is “a great opportunity … to engage with some of the sharpest minds in our nation,” he said.

He believes the move will be of great benefit to Hathaway and the staff and students at Harvard. Additionally, the move will allow Hathaway “a great opportunity to conduct additional focused research on cyber-related topics.”

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