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Sources: Lack of cyber coordinator may hinder reports becoming real strategy

June 13, 2018 |
Charlie Mitchell
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A passel of reports recently issued by federal departments offer steps toward a cybersecurity strategy, policy veterans say, but actually forging such a national plan of action has yet to be accomplished -- and may be hindered by the lack of a cyber coordinator at the White House or other overarching authority on cybersecurity.

“I agree that we have seen some progress and though we welcomed the DHS cybersecurity strategy and the [Department of Energy] cyber strategy, I still don’t...


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