A: The Federal Government.
The U.S. faces a cybersecurity threat of such magnitude that the next President should move quickly to create a Center for Cybersecurity Operations and appoint a special White House advisor to oversee it. Those are among the recommendations in a 44-page report by the U.S. Commission on Cybersecurity, a version of which will be made public today. The bipartisan panel includes executives, high-ranking military officers and intelligence officials, leading specialists in computer security, and two members of Congress.
The answer for any type of new problem as far as a liberal is concerned is BIGGER government. If the private sector is cutting jobs don’t worry. The Feds will just create more new government jobs.
Problem solved. Not.