Homeland Security's vague cyber plan
A preliminary report released by the Department of Homeland Security seems to scatter cybersecurity responsibilities across the government and the private sector while sticking to generalities about future plans.
In its 175-page draft of the National Infrastructure Protection Plan (PDF), the department outlines a broad framework for protecting the nation's "critical infrastructure" and "key assets"--bureaucratic argot referring to everything from the power grid to dams to computer systems. Homeland Security's vague cyber plan | Tech News on ZDNet
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