“The Center for Cybersecurity Policy and Law applauds the Biden administration’s appointment and the U.S. Senate’s confirmation of Harry Coker to lead the Office of the National Cyber Director (ONCD). We look forward to working closely with him and his staff on the critical cybersecurity issues the United States currently faces as well as opportunities to further strengthen the country’s defense of critical infrastructure. We also thank outgoing Acting Director Drenan Dudley and former Acting Director Kemba Walden for her steady and thoughtful leadership in protecting our country over the past nine months.”

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