Obama gets security review

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Mellisa Hathaway's review of U.S. cybersecurity has been submitted to President Obama, according to the Associated Press. No details are yet available of the 60-day review, which dealt with issues of coordinating cybersecurity programs spread among 42 different federal departments and agencies. It is expected, however, to recommend a framework to integrate public and private sector cybersecurity throughout the nation's computer infrastructure. — CAM
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