Cyberczar in offing

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The White House is expected to name Melissa Hathaway to head its newly created national cybersecurity office, perhaps as soon as Monday, The Wall Street Journal reported. Hathaway, who was a cybersecurity adviser to the Director of National Intelligence under President Bush, will first conduct a 60-day review of major federal cybersecurity efforts. Then she likely will be offered the cyberczar position. -- CAM
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