The U.S. names its first chief information security officer

 A former Air Force general and Department of Homeland Security official has been appointed as the first federal chief information security officer, the White House announced today.
Gregory Touhill will take charge of cybersecurity across the federal government, planning and implementing policy changes to make the nation’s critical infrastructure and government agencies more secure. Read More

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