Retired U.S. Navy Admiral Mike Mullen will address an insurance audience in May, offering his view that the country’s financial health is directly tied to its national security.
According to the group, the Target Markets Program Administrators Association (TMPAA), Mullen will discuss the threats that the U.S. faces, including its vulnerability to cyber attacks that could affect business and the nation’s infrastructure. Mullen was America’s top military advisor through two administrations.
“One of our missions is to educate and inform our members about matters that will impact their operations. Admiral Mullen’s unique insight on these issues will provide our group with important information about the security of our businesses and data,” said David Springer, TMPAA president.
TMPAA’s meeting is scheduled for May 6-8 in Baltimore.
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