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Daily Dashboard | Op-ed: Trump's national cybersecurity strategy presents a reckless turn Related reading: "Building Ethics into Privacy Frameworks for Big Data and AI": A report from UN Global Pulse and the IAPP

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In an op-ed for The New York Times, Josephine Wolff writes that the Trump administration’s cybersecurity strategy is reckless and will likely end up causing more harm than good. While it shares similarities with strategies presented in the past, Wolff writes it “represents an abrupt and reckless shift in how the United States government engages with adversaries online.” She writes that the strategy puts the U.S. on the offensive, adding that the strategy “is designed to escalate cyber conflicts, and that escalation could be dangerous.” Wolff argues that the national cybersecurity strategy will not only work to detract from pressing concerns, but it will “encourage the government to act recklessly in directing cyberattacks at targets before they can be certain of who those targets are and what they are doing.” (Registration may be required to access this story.) 
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