After reviewing President-elect Donald Trump's newly-released plan for cybersecuirity, analysts have "mixed reactions," saying that in some cases, many of his proposals are already being done, and in others, they constitute a "massive undertaking," CNN Money reports. "It sounds like a fairly rational, high-level playbook ... but much of this is already being done to a certain extent," said Binary Defense Systems' Jared DeMott. His four-part plan includes a one-team audit of all "U.S. cyber defenses and vulnerabilities," increased cyber law enforcement, a more robust "cyber army," and develop cyber weapons with increased functionality, the report states. Some analysts argue that the plan is missing "some clear red lines in the digital realm," the report adds. "At some point in the near future, we are going to have to define cyberwar," said Tinfoil Security's Michael Borohovski. "It has to be answered soon. We're on the eve of this."
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