Lieutenant General (Ret) Rhett Hernandez was the first commander of the U.S. Army Cyber Command, responsible for the operations and defense of all Army networks and transforming the Army’s approach to cyberspace. He is part of the Thayer Leadership Development Group at West Point and serves as the West Point Cyber Chair to the Army Cyber Institute. He serves
on a wide range of boards and as president of CyberLens, LLC, focusing on leadership, strategic planning and risk management.
The man who built the U.S. Army’s cyber command says online threats are going get worse before they get better. But that doesn’t mean leaders are powerless. Here's how to protect your information and leave no data behind.
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