Open Target: Where America is Vulnerable to Attack

Clark Kent Ervin, director of the Homeland Security Initiative at the
Aspen Institute, and former Inspector General of the U.S. Department of Homeland
Security, joined us for a discussion on the current state of homeland
security.  Ervin argues that despite the creation of the Department of Homeland
Security and accurate risk assessments, our intelligence-gathering, aviation,
ports, land borders, mass transit and emergency preparedness still exhibit
serious gaps that remain prone to exploitation.  What are the most crucial
gaps?  What areas should we prioritize? How can individual citizens become
stakeholders in preparing for and mitigating the impact of a possible future
attack?

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