Cybersecurity report update set

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Former Bush administration aide Melissa Hathaway is expected to present a preliminary cybersecurity report to Congress on Tuesday. The report, “Reviewing the Federal Cybersecurity Mission” is an update on the status of a 60-day review of U.S. cybersecurity policies ordered by President Obama in February. The report is expected to help develop a framework to ensure that cybersecurity is integrated and coordinated throughout federal government computer systems. — CAM
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