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Obama proposes DHS go worldwide as top cybersecurity agency

Earlier this month the Obama Administration unveiled its global cyber security plan, calling for the U.S. to work with other countries on intellectual property protections, the prevention of identity theft, and cooperation among foreign law enforcement agencies on cyber crime.

Today, the Senate Homeland Security & Government Affairs Committee examined that proposal, with testimony by the top cyber security officials from the Commerce, Defense , Justice and Homeland Security departments. Connecticut Senator Joseph Lieberman (I) chaired the hearing.

The Obama Administration's proposal calls the Department of Homeland Security as the top cybersecurity agency charged with leading the program. 

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