The FBI's top man, Robert S. Mueller III, tackles the Internet age. The web has changed the way we learn, work and communicate. But with that convenience we have compromised our security, and widespread use has also left us vulnerable to attack from hostile foreign powers, hackers, spies - and even terrorists.
There are many adversaries who seek our protected information, and countless criminals use the web to harm consumers, corporations and private citizens. Mueller will discuss cyber threats to our national security and what the FBI is doing to meet these diverse dangers.
Robert S. Mueller III
Robert Mueller is the current Director of the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation.
He was nominated by President George W. Bush and became the sixth Director of the FBI on September 4, 2001.
FBI Director Robert S. Mueller III recounts a notorious virtual bank heist by a group of savvy cyber criminals. Law enforcement officials face numerous challenges apprehending the criminals because the heist was pulled off using only "computers and fiber optic cables as weapons."