Nathan Jarosz believes that we must proceed with many of the technological advances our innovators have developed while also implementing safeguards to protect our citizens from the potential dangers of misinformation. This includes artificial intelligence, scammers, plans of violence, harmful social media propaganda from foreign actors, obsolete government/private systems that could result in private information being stolen via hackers, and deceptive user agreements that allow private companies to sell personal data.

We must embrace the future and continue to find ways to make life easier, more efficient, and more enjoyable while not overlooking the risks if our newer technologies go unchecked. Cybersecurity is the new frontier for public safety, and we must be ready for these present and upcoming challenges.