Bush’s Top Cyber Adviser Questions Obama’s Cyber Czar Plans: CQ Homeland Security

President George W. Bush’s cybersecurity chief Richard A. Clarke has a lot to say about President Obama’s plan to create a cybersecurity coordinator post — and much of it is not kind.

“My position, I always thought, had a lot of disadvantages,” said Clarke, who served as the special adviser to the president for cybersecurity from November of 2001 until February of 2003. “But they’ve actually made it worse.”