Here’s what’s coming up this morning with Ray Dunaway.
7:20- Art House, the state’s first cybersecurity czar, joins Ray live in studio. “There’s no such thing as a state of cybersecurity,” House said. “You’re never secure. Every day, there is someone — and the cyber mercenaries in eastern Europe are especially troublesome here. And we are trying to find new ways to defend against it.”
8:20- Sarah Westwood, Investigative Reporter for the Washington Examiner, will discuss the Clinton email scandal. High-level State Department officials worked behind the scenes last year in several key ways to ensure the release of Hillary Clinton’s emails inflicted as little damage as possible on the Democratic nominee, according to notes made public by the FBI. Learn more with Westwood.
8:50- Eric Hogarth, partner of Johnson Brunetti, talks National Retirement Security Week, happening all this week.