Cyberczar in offing

Share this article:
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
Share this article:

Sign up to our newsletters

More in News

Five schools earn NSA's excellence in cyber ops distinction

The schools earned NSA's Centers for Academic Excellence designation for their cyber offerings.

With RATs at their disposal, 419 scammers target businesses

With RATs at their disposal, 419 scammers target ...

A new report reveals how Nigeria's 419 scammers are spreading malware to pocket business funds.

InfoSec pros worried BYOD ushers in security exploits, survey says

InfoSec pros worried BYOD ushers in security exploits, ...

A study by the Information Security Community on LinkedIn found most organizations don't have proper polices and support for BYOD.