U.S. Unprepared for Internet Attack Recovery
The United States is not prepared to effectively coordinate a public/private recovery from a major attack on the Internet, cyber security officials told Congress today.
The primary problem, they explained to a sparsely attended House hearing, is leadership and clear lines of authority.
"Right now, no one in government is really looking at the macro level," Paul Kurtz, the executive director of the Cyber Security Industry Association (CSIA), told the lawmakers. U.S. Unprepared for Internet Attack Recovery
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