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New DHS pick faces cyber dilemma

It looks almost certain that former federal prosecutor Michael Chertoff will be confirmed as Homeland Security secretary, and one of the first items in his in-tray will be how to deal with the question of cybersecurity. With so much of the nation’s commerce and vital infrastructure dependent on the Internet, U.S. intelligence and Homeland Security officials fret that cyber networks represent a backdoor through which terrorists and other enemies can attack the United States. Many of the utilities and other industries and services that the country relies on are controlled through or operate in such cyber networks. Full Story

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