In a decade characterized by economic instability, sluggish wage growth, and job outsourcing, the ability of hackers to destabilize companies should concern us all.Read More
About the Author
Sam Schofield is a full-time MBA candidate at American University’s Kogod School of Business. He will begin working at the State Department as a budget analyst this fall. He also works as a research assistant for the Kogod Cybersecurity Governance Center where, a faculty-led initiative aimed at providing actionable research for senior executives and Board members in the private sector. He has strong interests in political economic issues and protection of US economic interests abroad. Originally from New Hampshire, Sam has a B.A. in International Affairs/Geography from the University of New Hampshire and previously spent seven years working in Boston, first in sales for an international education company and later for five years in business development for an international NGO focused on sustainable development and conservation for rural communities in Central America and Mexico.