Co-Sponsor Legislation to Restore the Senior Cybersecurity Advisor Role in the White House

In May, the Administration eliminated the post of Special Assistant to the President and Cybersecurity Coordinator. In place of a dedicated cybersecurity
advisor, the White House has assigned responsibility for the White House Cybersecurity Directorate to the president’s homeland security advisor, a post that has been reduced to
the rank of deputy assistant. Many politicians, former government officials, and think tank experts have questioned the move, as has a prominent private
industry association.

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Co-Sponsor Legislation to Restore the Senior Cybersecurity Advisor Role in the White House

Last month, the Administration eliminated the post of Special Assistant to the President and Cybersecurity Coordinator. In place of a dedicated cybersecurity
advisor, the White House has assigned responsibility for the White House Cybersecurity Directorate to the president’s homeland security advisor, a post that has been reduced to
the rank of deputy assistant. Many politicians, former government officials, and think tank experts have questioned the move, as has a prominent private
industry association.

Read More

Co-Sponsor Legislation to Restore the Senior Cybersecurity Advisor Role in the White House

Last month, the Administration eliminated the post of Special Assistant to the President and Cybersecurity Coordinator. In place of a dedicated cybersecurity
advisor, the White House has assigned responsibility for the White House Cybersecurity Directorate to the president’s homeland security advisor, a post that has been reduced to
the rank of deputy assistant. Many politicians, former government officials, and think tank experts have questioned the move, as has a prominent private
industry association.

Read More

Co-Sponsor Legislation to Restore the Senior Cybersecurity Advisor Role in the White House

Last month, the Administration eliminated the post of Special Assistant to the President and Cybersecurity Coordinator. In place of a dedicated cybersecurity
advisor, the White House has
assigned responsibility for the White House Cybersecurity Directorate to the president’s homeland security advisor, a post that has been reduced to the rank of deputy assistant. Many politicians, former government officials, and think tank experts have

questioned the move, as has a prominent
private industry association.

Read More