Dec 03, 2016

Obama urges Trump to adopt new cybersecurity recommendations | Washington Examiner

President Obama is urging his Republican successor to consider recommendations issued Friday by a special commission that has spent months determining how the U.S. can best combat cyber-based threats. In February, the White House assembled the Presidential Commission on Enhancing National Cybersecurity, a group of 12 leading cybersecurity and privacy experts who were asked to compile a report for...

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