President Announces $19 billion Cybersecurity Plan

President Obama has proposed a $19 billion Cybersecurity National Action Plan that aims to modernize government IT and improve Americans' cybersecurity. The government will reduce reliance on social security numbers and promote increased use of multi-factor authentication. The plan will also establish a Commission on Enhancing National Cybersecurity. A Federal Privacy Council will coordinate federal privacy guidelines but lacks authority to enforce Privacy Act obligations. EPIC has repeatedly urged federal agencies to uphold Privacy Act protections.


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