Discover Government News
Clarke Stumps for National Internet Operations Center
"I'd like you all to think about it," he told an audience at a users conference hosted in Washington by Symantec Corp. of Cupertino, Calif. Clarke, head of the president's Critical Infrastructure Protection Board, assured the audience that the center is not a back-door attempt by the government to regulate the Internet.
Clarke described the center as a voluntary operation, funded at least partially by the government and probably hosted by a federally funded R&D center, such as the CERT Coordination Center at Carnegie Mellon University or an Energy Department national laboratory.
The link for this article located at GCN is no longer available.