“There are no hackers. There are only spies. Hacking is nothing more than the normal evolution of espionage.”

Eric O’Neill would know. As a former FBI counterintelligence operative — as well as a founding partner of The Georgetown Group and a national security strategist for Bit9 + Carbon Black — he helped take down some of the most notorious spies in U.S. history. Later immortalized in the movie “Breach,” O’Neill and his FBI team was able to root out a mole from within the department, Robert Hanssen, who was selling state secrets to the Russians.

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