Gen. Harry Raduege to Lead New USIBC Homeland Security Mission

Lt. Gen. Harry Raduege

Lt. Gen. Harry Raduege will be leading a new Homeland Security Executive Mission, which aims to promote a deeper defense and strategic partnership between the United States and India.

Raduege, chairman of the Deloitte Center for Cyber Innovation and co-chairman of the Commission on Cyber Security, is one the country's renowned cyber experts. He will be joined by Adm. James Loy, senior counselor at The Cohen Group and a former commandant of the U.S. Coast Guard, and by a delegation of U.S. defense/security and cybersecurity/IT companies.

Speaking about the new U.S.““India Business Council mission, USIBC President Ron Somers said Washington and New Delhi share an interest in fighting extremism, defeating terrorist networks, swiftly responding to natural disasters, and countering the spread of WMD through maritime cooperation, security exchanges, and identifying new technologies to intensify partnerships. 

“This mission paves the way for stronger collaboration in these vital areas in advance of President Obama's November visit,” he said.

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