President Obama made a big splash some months back when he announced his intention to appoint a cyber-security czar whose mission would be to protect federal government systems from the seemingly constant hacking attacks that originate from discontented homegrown hackers and/or foreign governments who are less than friendly to the United States.  

At that time, I pointed to the appalling lack of detail in the White House’s security plans, yet I hoped that someone would step up and start filling in the gaps. Sadly, that has not happened, as demonstrated by a recent Associated Press item.  

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