Tuesday, April 28, 2009

I testified today on cybersecurity

It was a pleasure to be back in front of such a thoughtful, bipartisan committee.  Here's the gist:

"DHS's execution of its responsibilities has certainly not been perfect, but it has spent much of the last year improving on its record. It has able new leadership and a head start on creating the capabilities it needs. I would be inclined to build on that foundation rather than starting over," he said.




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