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U.S. Energy Grid Cybersecurity: Trump Signs Executive Order

President Trump signs executive order to protect U.S. energy grid from cyberattacks. Will certain foreign power equipment & infrastructure be barred?

Report: Iranian Hackers Targeted Trump’s 2020 Re-election Campaign

A hacking group tied to the Iranian government reportedly made unsuccessful attempts to break into President Trump’s 2020 re-election campaign infrastructure.

U.S. Government Cybersecurity Jobs: Trump Signs Executive Order

U.S. President Donald Trump signs executive order to build and develop the federal government’s cybersecurity workforce.

U.S. Cybersecurity Budget: $11 Billion for 2020?

President Trump’s fiscal 2020 budget proposal calls for nearly $11 billion for cybersecurity, most of which would go to the Department of Defense (DoD) and Homeland Security’s initiatives and operations.

Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) News: 12 March 2019

Today’s MSSP & cybersecurity news involves Adura; Arizona & Michigan data breaches; Vectra Hires Didi Dayton; eSentire MDR growth; Innovix; and Trustwave’s open source tool.

Report: Chinese, Russians Snooping Into Trump’s iPhone in Lobbying, Espionage Campaign

President Trump refuses to stop using his personal iPhone despite repeated warnings from U.S. intelligence that the device is not secure, and alleged techno-taps by China & Russia, The New York Times reports.

Legislation Demands President Trump Punish Foreign Hackers… Or…

A new bipartisan companion bill requires President Trump to act against foreign hackers that target the U.S. If Trump doesn’t act, he must explain why not, according to the bill.

President Trump Revokes U.S. Cyber Offense Rules

Can the U.S. blunt cyberattacks launched by foreign adversaries with quicker counter-offensives or even preemptive strikes? President Trump may be leaning toward those approaches.

Trump Sends Congress Cybersecurity Report, Another Top Official Exits Team

President Trump on Thursday finally sent Congress a classified report detailing U.S. policy for defending the country against foreign nation state hackers.

Security Threat? Trump Renews Mass Surveillance Bill for Six Years

President Trump signs six-year renewal of the Section 702 bill — reigniting a personal privacy debate across the U.S.