An estimated 50 percent of adults have had their personal information hacked, and national security has become synonymous with protection from cybercrime. So, is your information even safe anymore? We consider just what it means to be “cybersecure” with the individuals who know best: the personal security experts, national security leaders and researchers who have witnessed security breaches first hand—and are here to tell you what they’ve learned. Ray Kelly, NYPD Commission on 9/11, joined us to talk about security threats. Harvard Law Professor Gabriella Blum discussed hackers, drones and the future of cyber violence.