Georgia Attorney General Carr on Battling CybercrimeAnalyzing State AG's Role in Responding to Top Cyber Threats
As attorney general of the State of Georgia, Christopher Carr sees the rise of cybercrime. But he also sees the growth of the cybersecurity industry in response to criminal threats. How does he envision his role in protecting the state?
In a video interview at Information Security Media Group's 2017 Atlanta Fraud and Breach Prevention Summit, Carr discusses:
- The state of the cybersecurity industry in Georgia;
- His role in maintaining cybersecurity;
- When and how his office gets involved in criminal cases.
Carr was sworn into office as Georgia's 54th attorney general on Nov. 1, 2016. Governor Nathan Deal appointed Carr as attorney general to fill a vacancy created by the departure of Sam Olens, who left to become president of Kennesaw State University.