The bottom line on Trump's draft cyber order
Charley Snyder and Michael Sulmeyer have a look on Lawfare at a draft executive order reported by the Washington Post on Friday that would trigger different reviews related to cybersecurity policy. They call it a "reasonable start" but say they think it shows a certain lack of coordination on the issue:
What isn't in the draft: A nod at the international implications of cybersecurity, a discussion of the FBI's role and "consideration of broader criminal and legal issues."
Why this matters: The relevance of cybersecurity to the highest levels of government have only grown in the last year, with high profile hacks affecting major corporations and political players alike. Trump has tapped Rudy Giuliani to advise him on cybersecurity issues.