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Bush names top Homeland execs

President Bush March 13 named two experienced men in the intelligence field for top jobs in the new Homeland Security Department. One is a 30-year CIA veteran who tracked down CIA spy Aldrich Ames, and the other is the chief information security executive at the Coca-Cola Co. Bush said he intends to appoint Robert Liscouski as assistant secretary for infrastructure protection, the division in the department responsible for protecting critical computer systems from cyberattacks and buildings from physical attacks. Liscouski currently serves as the director of information assurance for the global soft drink manufacturer, and he also is director of the CIA’s Intelligence Science Board. Earlier in his career, he served as a diplomatic security service special agent at the State Department and as a criminal investigator for the Bergen (N.J.) County prosecutor’s office. Full Story

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