The cyber-security review ordered by President Obama has been completed. There is considerable speculation about who and/or what will emerge as the alpha-dog going forward. The National Security Agency is thought by many to have the competence. But last week’s admission of continuing problems at NSA with unauthorized intercepts undercuts that agency’s claim to leadership. Proposed legislation would create a so-called cyber-czar in the White House. Other aspects of the legislation — including a possible ability to “shut-down” the Internet — are beginning to attract critical attention from the technorati.