Michael Hurley on current terrorism threats

Michael Hurley
Former 9/11 Commission counter-terrorism team leader Michael Hurley.
Photo courtesy of the Los Alamos National Laboratory

One of the country's leading counter-terrorism experts is Minnesota native Michael Hurley, who gave a talk at the University of St. Thomas School of Law outlining the threats we face: the Islamic State, Al Qaida, and cyberterrorism threats to disrupt our critical infrastructure.

Michael Hurley is a former CIA officer and co-author of the 9/11 Commission Report. He had a 25 year career with the CIA and spent 7 years on the hunt for Osama bin Laden. Hurley was on the National Security Council staff at the White House, and is now president of the consulting firm Team 3i.

In a speech Oct. 28th at the University of St. Thomas, Michael Hurley outlined the biggest terrorism threats we face... and the competing national security and privacy concerns.

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