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RE: [ISN] White House Slows Cybersecurity Planning
Forwarded from: "Huggins, Michael" <mhhuggins@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Yeah after reading it I wasn't sure if it was written by Scott Tissue
or Brawny. The current write up provides no essential changes to what
the PSCIA and other documents have already included. Why do they need
technology why don't the ask the one's digging in the trenches. I
provided SANS and the InfraGard IEB extensive comments and saw not a
single mention of the iase.disa.mil training nor the interagency opsec
support staff issues. Again ostriches 1 reality zip. v/r Michael
Michael H. Huggins
CISSP CTOC USN (ret)
First Command Information
817 569 2435
From: InfoSec News [mailto:isn@xxxxxxx]
Sent: Wednesday, September 18, 2002 1:49 AM
Subject: [ISN] White House Slows Cybersecurity Planning
Forwarded from: "eric wolbrom, CISSP" <eric@xxxxxxxxxx>
By Brian Krebs and Robert MacMillan
washingtonpost.com Staff Writers
Monday, September 16, 2002; 7:45 PM
The Bush administration will not unveil the final version of a national
cybersecurity plan this Wednesday, saying it wants to gather more input from
the technology industry.
The White House had been expected to offer a detailed strategy for
protecting the nation's critical information infrastructure from attack.
Instead, the administration will release another draft of the strategy.
"We've said all along that this is a living document," said Tiffany Olsen,
an aide to White House cybersecurity adviser Richard Clarke.
"We wanted to make sure we have buy-in from all the parties involved before
the official release comes out."
Technology firms will have 60 days to submit comments on the latest draft,
Olsen said, with an official presidential unveiling of the final plan
scheduled for before the end of the year.
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