Charles Armstrong of the US Customs and Border Protection speaks about how he managed the agency’s budget to ensure that a million people a day could cross the borders—while simultaneously worrying about how terrorists could impact homeland security, particularly through email.

Charles Armstrong of the US Customs and Border Protection speaks about how he managed the agency’s budget to ensure that a million people a day could cross the borders—while simultaneously worrying about how terrorists could impact homeland security, particularly through email.

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