Renewed Talk of NSA Split from Cyber Command Fosters Fears Among Lawmakers and Other Top Infosec News You Should Know Today - 12/21/20
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The longstanding idea to split the National Security Agency from U.S. Cyber Command, ending the dual-hat oversight of Paul Nakasone, has been revived in recent days following the SolarWinds revelations.
Legislators on Capitol Hill, however, met the revived idea with alarm, saying that the U.S. is in the midst of a response to the SolarWinds hack, and now is not the time. (David E. Sanger and Eric Schmitt / New York Times)
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