by Ericka Chickowski
Last week, the White House's acting senior director of cyberspace, Melissa Hathaway, spoke in front of a packed audience at the RSA conference in San Francisco, presumably to fill the security community in on the latest news about the Obama administration's strategy for cybersecurity.
Count me among the many audience members who were left feeling underwhelmed. Hathaway was never able to establish rapport with the audience due to her robotic reading of a script that included no real or tangible details from the upcoming report on cybersecurity collaboration, which she's been working on for the past two months. The best she could do is tell the audience to expect details in "the coming days."