Homeland Security Opens Center to Fight Cyberattacks

The United States is well behind the curve in the fight against computer criminals, Sen. Joe Lieberman said, as Homeland Security officials opened a $9 million operations center to better coordinate the government's response to cyberattacks. Lieberman, chairman of the Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee, said legislation being drafted by his committee will require federal agencies and private companies to set up a system to share information on cyber threats.

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