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Feds To Refocus on Cybersecurity

The Department of Homeland Security soon will establish an office to execute the Bush administration’s cybersecurity strategy, a move that may serve to blunt criticism that the agency has not devoted enough resources and attention to Internet security. Homeland Security officials have not yet named a supervisor to run the office, top homeland security official Robert Liscouski said in an interview today. The new office, which the department is expected to announce next week, also will coordinate government and business responses to online hacking threats and other forms of cyberattack. Full Story

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