Cyber Security Czar Calls on IT Industry for Help
The United States government is better suited than ever to defend the nation's computing and communications networks, but federal watchdogs will need private industry to lend a hand to keep attackers at bay, according to the first ever federal cyber security czar.
Addressing a crowded room of attendees at the ongoing RSA Security Conference here on Feb. 8, Greg Garcia, assistant secretary for cyber-security and telecommunications at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, said that he and his team are already hard at work creating policies that aim to better protect critical infrastructure. Cyber-Security Czar Calls on IT Industry for Help
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