Wednesday, May 27, 2009

National Cybersecurity Coordination Center

The National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee (NSTAC) has approved a proposal after meeting with President Barack Obama last week to set up a 24-hour facility for monitoring cybersecurity.

The center would build on initiatives already in place by the NSTAC and the Department of Homeland Security's US Computer Emergency Readiness Team.

The project is part of the ongoing 60-day review of federal cybersecurity commissioned by the president, whose conclusions -- or at least some of them -- are due to be publicly announced soon.


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