A forum at the University of Virginia on Sunday focused on insider threats to American security. Educators, government workers and business leaders got together in the Rotunda Dome Room to talk over the topic.
The discussion was hosted by UVA's Critical Incident Analysis Group. Ideas from Sunday's talk will be used to draft solutions to the nation's internal security problems.
Eric Stern Co-Chairman of CIAG said, "The critical incident analysis group is dedicated to learning from the past to prepare for the future. So all of the seminars we organize are an opportunity to get folks together not only to build bridges between the world of science and academia and the world of government."
Former network news correspondent John Miller headlined the "Insider Threats" discussion. Miller now works with the Office of National Intelligence.
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