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Homeland Security unveils new cybersecurity division, seeks chief

The Homeland Security Department on Friday officially unveiled its cybersecurity division to focus on securing the nation’s computer networks, but the unit still lacks a chief. Assistant Homeland Security Secretary for Infrastructure Protection Robert Liscouski called the new division “the feet” to implement the administration’s strategy to secure cyberspace and said his goal is to name a director within the next 30 days. “I want a private-sector person who can be a visionary,” Liscouski said at a news briefing. “We will kick off an aggressive search to find a director.” Full Story

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