The White House has just published the report of its 60-day review of US cybersecurity policy. It contains a range of recommendations to improve online security, many of which echo those in the House of Lords' Personal Internet Security report (and the McAfee Virtual Criminology Report 2008 I wrote with Lilian Edwards). It also pays welcome attention to safeguarding privacy and civil liberties alongside improving security. Several of those involved in the review discuss their conclusions in this video:
The New York Times has commentary from Bruce Schneier, Gus Hosein and others.