Report: Obama close to appointing White House cybersecurity chief

More than three months after establishing a new White House office for cybersecurity, President Barack Obama may finally be close to appointing someone to head the office.According to a Reuters report this afternoon, the front runner for the post appears to be Frank Kramer, an assistant defense secretary under President Bill Clinton. see:Obama near choosing cyber security chief: source
A cyber security coordinator is expected to be announced by President Barack Obama in the next week or two, and the lead candidate is Frank Kramer, who was an assistant Defense secretary under President Bill Clinton, a source said on Wednesday.

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