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The Internet is important and we must protect it. That’s the gist behind the blog post laying out the reasons for creating the office of a national cybersecurity chief to oversee the security of our nation’s communications networks and electronic infrastructure. But securing the Internet for our national infrastructure and interests is like keeping water in a sieve — it’s an impossible task. Sure, there are precautions the czar can take, starting with some recommendations in the plan released by the current administration, but there’s no such thing as true security — in life or online.
So having established that, there appear to be four elements to the government’s plan: Read More about Cyber Czar Is a Big Title for an Impossible Job