Congress demands cyber details while DoD aims for ambiguity
from Stars and Stripes
Amid a rising din of reports of online incursions and Internet-based attacks, Congress wants to know why the Pentagon still hasn't revealed its basic cyberdefense ground rules. By law, the Department of Defense was required to report on its cyberwar policies to Congress by March 1, a deadline it missed. And the much-heralded Pentagon cyberstrategy released last week didn't clarify the matter, according to a letter sent to the defense secretary by Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., and Sen. Carl Levin, D-Mich.
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