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Perspectives from Peter: Lessons Learned from Unisys Chair and CEO Peter Altabef

Cybersecurity and resilience, technology and innovation, and other thought leadership at the intersection of the public and the private sectors

Unisys helped develop the Cybersecurity Moonshot – a set of recommendations for a "whole of nation approach" for a safer, more resilient internet to deliver government and critical infrastructure services by 2028. On November 14, 2018, Unisys Chair and CEO Peter Altabef and Mark McLaughlin of Palo Alto Networks, the co-chairs of The President’s National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee (NSTAC) team that developed the recommendations, delivered the draft report to the White House.

Peter currently serves as co-chair of the Technology & Innovation Committee of the Committee for Economic Development (CED).

To Make the US More Cyber-Resilient, Government and Business Will Need Far Greater Collaboration

Collaboration needed to make the U.S. cyber-resilient

August 4, 2022
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Securing Cyberspace in an Era of Evolving Threats

Securing cyberspace in an era of evolving threats

June 2022
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The Tape Podcast: Ukraine, France and Global Markets

Peter Altabef is interviewed about the workplace of the future, data security, the cloud and Unisys’ leadership in digital workplace solutions. (Please note: Peter’s interview starts at 18:55.)

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Peter Altabef Discusses Security and Trust

Unisys Chair and CEO Peter Altabef was interviewed by Aaron Heslehurst on BBC World News' "Talking Business". They discussed the secure rollout of 5G, the findings of the report from the Cybersecurity Moonshot subcommittee of NSTAC, cyberattacks and national security, and our trust in technology for economic growth.

About Cybersecurity Moonshot

Founded in 1982 by President Reagan and an act of Congress, NSTAC is chartered to provide information and advice to the President with respect to national security and emergency preparedness, telecommunications, information and communications services (including emerging technologies, broadband, public safety, communications infrastructure security and resilience and cybersecurity). Read the FAQs.

Cybersecurity is National Security: Podcast on EastWest Institute

The EastWest Institute's global vice president and cyberspace program chief, Bruce McConnell, speaks with Peter Altabef, EWI board member and chair and CEO of Unisys. The two discuss the President’s NSTAC and the Cybersecurity Moonshot initiative.