The Trump administration has released its National Cyber Strategy, Politico reports. The report is broken down into four pillars of activity, such as protecting government networks and critical infrastructure, developing a cyber group, and combating malicious cyberattacks from foreign actors. The report also highlights the creation of a Cyber Deterrence Initiative, where the U.S. will work together with other countries to “develop tailored strategies” in order to attribute cyberattacks to their perpetrators, while also imposing the costs of the incidents to the offending parties. The Trump administration also states in the report it will work to expand the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s oversight of federal civilian networks and place an emphasis on sharing more threat data with telecoms.
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