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OBAMA ISSUES NEW EXECUTIVE ORDER

OBAMA ISSUES NEW EXECUTIVE ORDER

Bob Unruh | WND

A federal government that collects unprecedented personal detail on its citizens, but is a sieve when it comes to keeping those secrets, may finally be starting to address the problem of breaches of the security of its IT systems – with a plan to spend $19 billion.

In an annual budget proposal, a document that generally is ignored by Congress, President Obama on Tuesday suggested the massive spending, including $3.1 billion to replace outdated systems.

Obama also announced a new Cybersecurity National Action Plan to put in place strategies “to enhance cybersecurity awareness and protections, protect privacy, maintain public safety as well as economic and national security, and empower Americans to take better control of their digital security.”

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