From The Record:

“We have this time in the first two-to-four years of the Biden administration that will set the precedent for how important and how powerful this office is,” said Tatyana Bolton, a former senior official at the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency who currently serves as policy director for cybersecurity and emerging threats at the R Street Institute. “It’s really important that the president himself imbues this office with the power that it needs to do its job. You want the leadership to signal to other agencies that this really is the end-all-be-all for cyber.”

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