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Posted by Khalid Kark on August 5, 2009
Hathaway joins a distinguished group of highly respected and accomplished people who have quit the position of Cybersecurity Czar. She wasn’t even the actual Cybersecurity Czar, she was just the acting one, but it appears even that was too much to take for her. She cited personal reasons for resigning, but media reports suggest a more plausible reason for resigning – frustration at “spinning her wheels” and not being able to accomplish anything. Sounds familiar, doesn’t it. Whether you are a Cybersecurity Czar or a CISO, the challenges for this position are very similar.
Cybersecurity is "a major priority for the president," White House spokesman Nicholas Shapiro said, adding that the administration is "pursuing a new comprehensive approach to securing
Let's hope the Obama administration moves from rhetoric to action before something drastic happens.
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