The U.S. is moving closer to addressing legal barriers to using Pentagon resources to protect the nation against cyber attacks, according to Gen. Raymond Odierno, Army chief of staff. “To protect our infrastructure right now, that’s a Homeland Security issue, not a Department of Defense issue,” Odierno said May 29 during an event sponsored by the Atlantic Council’s Brent Scowcroft Center on International Security. “We have to resolve that,” he says. “What are we doing with the ...
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