01 Jun Obama says he will name national cybersecurity adviser
Posted at 08:29h in Digest, Internet, IT 0 Comments
President Obama used a White House speech yesterday to try to raise national concern about threats to computer networks, drawing praise from some industry executives and lawmakers but criticism from others who said his initiatives do not go far enough.
Obama said he will name a senior White House official to coordinate government efforts to protect a “strategic national asset”: the digital networks that handle phone calls, e-mails, government and military data, and also control power grids, nuclear plants and airplane traffic.
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