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Trump Ends Position Of Cybersecurity Coordinator
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16 May 2018 08:08 AM EST

President Donald Trump has ended America’s position of cybersecurity czar. Democratic lawmakers have already introduced legislation to restore the position. The current White House cybersecurity coordinator, Rob Joyce, said he was leaving in April. On May 15th Trump signed an executive order to rearrange the federal information technology infrastructure. In that order there was no mention of replacing Joyce, ending the position.

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