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Former cybersecurity chief opposes new regulations

Richard Clarke, former White House cybersecurity chief, is the first to admit that more than a year after that office completed a national cybersecurity strategy, attacks via the Internet are still on the rise. But that is not the fault of the strategy, and does not mean that more government intervention is needed, he said. In a recent interview with National Journal’s Technology Daily, Clarke criticized the Bush administration for failing to implement the National Strategy to Secure Cyberspace and for cutting funding for cybersecurity research. “They’ve actually cut the overall amount of money for research in cybersecurity,” he said. “They’ve not created the federal government as an example of how to do cybersecurity.” Full Story

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