Stepped Up Cyber Role for Spy Agencies
Read Brian Krebs's latest story on washingtonpost.com: "White House Plans Proactive Cyber-Security Role for Spy Agencies."
America's spy agencies for the first time would be tasked with gathering intelligence on threats to the nation's computer networks under a policy set to be detailed by the White House next week, a senior administration official said Wednesday.
Speaking at a security conference in Washington, the official said the Bush administration wants to harness the intelligence community's offensive capabilities in defense of government and civilian computer systems. Continue reading...
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