Freeh Says Cybersecurity Needs More Attention

Echoing recent comments from government and industry representatives, a former FBI chief said the intelligence community would be the wrong place to put complete responsibility for cybersecurity. Louis Freeh, who served as FBI director from 1993 to 2001, told audiences at the FOSE 2009 conference that when the director of the Homeland Security Department's National Cyber Security Center resigned, he tapped into a strong historical resistance in the United States to centralized power, particularly in intelligence and military units.

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