October 01, 2004

U.S. cybersecurity head resigns abruptly.

The director of the Homeland Security Department's National Cyber Security Division has flown the coop. According to the AP, Amit Yoran quit his job Wednesday because of 'his frustration over what he considers a lack of attention paid to computer security issues within the agency.'

He only gave Dubya's administration one day's notice, too. We suspect there's much more to this story.

Via Toronto Star.

Posted by Magpie at October 1, 2004 12:34 PM | War on Terrorism | Technorati links |