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Agencies not on track for cyber surveillance
Monday - 10/11/2010, 9:51am EDT
The effort dates back to April, when the Obama administration asked agencies to begin fulltime monitoring for cybersecurity threats. Reports are supposed to be fed into a collection box called Cyberscope.
NextGov reports a tally by the Center for Strategic and International Studies shows only one in six of 24 major agencies will have its monitoring program in place on time.
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