Gen. Grass Points Senators To Clashing Laws For Cyber Reserve Troops

By Justin Doubleday / May 4, 2015 at 10:00 AM
The National Guard's top general says blurring authorities are still a problem for reserve-component cyber units, as House lawmakers are asking government auditors to examine the Defense Department's processes for responding to domestic cyber incidents. In testimony before the Senate Appropriations defense subcommittee on April 29, Gen. Frank Grass argued that "it's the authorities that we've got to get after" as the National Guard organizes its cyber protection teams. "I see more for all the reserve components for the future...

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