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Congresswoman Richardson’s Statement on New Cybersecurity Coordinator
By Sentinel News Service
Published June 4, 2009

Congresswoman Laura Richardson today made the following statement after the announcement from President Obama today that he will be creating a new White House office led by a Cybersecurity Coordinator to oversee all federal cybersecurity policies.


“In a world where we count on computers for everything from paying our monthly bills online to controlling our air traffic, it is critically important to develop a new comprehensive approach to securing our country’s digital infrastructure. As a member of the Homeland Security Committee, and as the representative of a district that is home to many high-tech companies, I especially applaud the president for recognizing the vital importance of such an approach and I look forward to joining my colleagues in working with the new Cybersecurity Coordinator.”


Congresswoman Richardson is a Democrat from California’s 37th Congressional District. Her district includes the city of Long Beach, Compton, Carson, Watts, Willowbrooke and Signal Hill. She is a member of the House Committees on Transportation & Infrastructure and Homeland Security.

 

 

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