DHS cybersecurity proposals more modest than DNI comments suggested

From HS Daily Wire:

Earlier this year Director of U.S. National Intelligence Mike McConnell said the government would require broad powers to monitor all Internet traffic in order to secure the U.S. critical information infrastructure; DHS Secretary Michael Chertoff outlines a more modest approach.

Earlier this year, Director of National Intelligence Mike McConnell told the New Yorker that the government would require broad powers to monitor all Internet traffic in order to secure the U.S. critical information infrastructure. Chertoff outlined a more modest agenda, saying that his agency’s primary goal would be to “get control of the dot-gov domain,” and insisting that government involvement in securing private networks would be strictly by invitation.

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