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| AP Photo Trump administration’s first look at new cybersecurity strategy The president’s cybersecurity strategy will be unveiled in the coming weeks.
| EPA/REX/Shutterstock Trump administration officials plan to announce their cybersecurity strategy next week, a White House official said Monday.
| Reuters The White House is expected to unveil its cybersecurity strategy to President Donald Trump at a meeting in the White House Rose Garden on Monday.
The plan will lay out the administration’s strategy for combating cybersecurity threats and will be formally released during a press briefing, according to a White the White house official said.
Trump has previously pledged to spend $500 billion over five years on cybersecurity and said last month he would use his power to enact stricter cyber regulations if elected president.
But critics say the strategy will likely lack teeth and would leave many areas open for abuse.