File - A Department of Homeland Security worker listens to U.S. President Barack Obama talk at the National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center in Arlington, Virginia, in this January 13, 2015.(REUTERS/Larry Downing)
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The White House is setting up a new agency designed to coordinate cyberthreat intelligence that currently is spread across the U.S. government.The agency will be modeled after the National Counter Terrorism Center, which was established after 9/11 to coordinate terrorism intelligence. White House cybersecurity coordinator Michael Daniel has concluded that cyberintelligence at the moment is bedeviled by the same shortcomings that afflicted terrorism intelligence before 9/11 – bureaucracy, competing interests, and no streamlined way to combine analysis from various agencies, the official said.
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