Cameron Kerry: Does State really need a cyber policy chief?
September 6, 20179:40 am
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A big policy hole opened up at the State Department earlier this summer with the departure of cyber policy coordinator Christopher Painter. Now, under Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, there are thoughts of eliminating the position. Cameron Kerry, a former Commerce Department general counsel, and now a visiting fellow at the Brookings Institution’s Center for Technology Innovation, told Federal Drive with Tom Temin State should be enhancing the position, not getting rid of it.