Napolitano’s secret to Homeland Security? Don’t use email

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Janet Napolitano (AP Photo)Former Arizona Gov. Janet Napolitano, who left to join the Obama administration and preside over the Department of Homeland Security at a time when the threat of cyberattack was never higher, tells CNN that she never uses email. This during a cybersecurity conference, of all things, in Washington, D.C.

According to Napolitano, not having any of her own email accounts makes her “very secure” even though it also makes her a “Luddite.”

CNN via Geekosystem

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