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Experts question the benefit of proliferating cybersecurity offices

A long series of state agencies and departments have been founded to secure U.S. programs, assets, and operations, but some experts are arguing that this has generated more confusion than security as the government has not worked to coordinate private sector capabilities. Problems of information sharing and overlapping agendas have prevented state agencies from performing effectively, while the lack of a grand strategy or coordinating vision has prevented the integration of different approaches. 

Source: The feds keep creating cybersecurity offices and experts say it’s not necessarily a good thing

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