National Cyberinfrastructure Security
Stewart Baker and Representative Jim Langevin talked about debate at the White House, in Congress, and in security agencies over protecting… read more
Stewart Baker and Representative Jim Langevin talked about debate at the White House, in Congress, and in security agencies over protecting the nation’s computer-based infrastructure. The White House has completed a 60-day review of the nation’s cyber security policy and is set to release its findings which reportedly would suggest the creation of a White House office to coordinate efforts. Representative Langevin supports White House oversight while Stewart Baker has expressed concerns about such a move.
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People in this video
- Stewart A. Baker Assistant Secretary (Former) Department of Homeland Security->Office of Policy
- Pedro Echevarria Host C-SPAN
- Jim Langevin U.S. Representative [D] Rhode Island
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