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Cyber-Security Leadership

In its national strategy to secure cyberspace, the federal government says it wants to show us how security should be done. Now, with a leadership crisis gripping the Bush administration’s primary cyber-security unit, officials may have their best opportunity yet to provide a positive example. The sudden resignation last month of cyber-security czar pro tem Howard Schmidt left the President’s Critical Infrastructure Protection Board in the lurch for the second time in three months. The departure highlights a challenge faced by many organizations both public and private as well as the Bush administration: to make sure key cyber-security people get appropriate resources and exposure, even as they join the team that bars the doors and windows. Full Story

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