Security czar: Button up or get hacked

Richard Clarke, the United States' top adviser on cybersecurity, says many companies spend less on computer security than they do on coffee for employees.

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Richard Clarke, White House adviser
SAN JOSE, Calif.--The United States' top adviser on cybersecurity on Tuesday took companies to task, pointing out that many spend less on computer security than they do on coffee for employees.
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