White House May Get Bigger Cybersecurity Role

The federal official overseeing a 60-day review of the U.S. government's cybersecurity efforts indicated that the final report recommends shifting more responsibilities to the White House. "It provides the president with recommendations for a White House organizational structure that can effectively address cyberspace-related issues," Melissa Hathaway, acting cyberspace director for the White House's National Security and Homeland Security councils, said at the RSA computer security conference.

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