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Dakota S. Rudesill Media Hits
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Professor Dakota Rudesill was quoted in a Columbus Dispatch article about cyber attacks on the nation's power grid.
“The public record indicates that we’re not talking about dozens of cyberattacks on the United States on a daily basis; we’re talking about hundreds of thousands,” said Dakota Rudesill, an Ohio State University law professor who previously worked as an adviser on intelligence issues for Congress and the executive branch.
“A lot of them come from state actors, and the big state actors, other than the United States, are the Russian government, Chinese, and the Iranians are getting pretty sophisticated.”
“Shutting down the power grid or blowing up power plants could have catastrophic consequences for the economy,” Rudesill said.
Professor Dakota S. Rudesill was a panelist for a discussion about cyber security in light of recent revelations witht he NSA. Rudesill pointed out the existense of "secret law," which not even the court can hear both sides of.