. . . a senior White House official who will have broad authority to develop strategy to protect the nation's government-run and private computer networks . . .
I wonder if this guy will also be in charge of checking PCs that were used in top secret research to make sure they don't contain any sensitive information before we transfer them to the Chinese?
I like this part:
The document will not resolve the politically charged issue of what role the National Security Agency, the premier electronic surveillance agency, will have in protecting private-sector networks.I'm sure the NSA would be happy to help provide security for private networks, as long as it is given free and easy access to all the information on them.