Trump's 90-day deadline for anti-hacking report passes, no sign of any team working on plan


by TechSpot

He might not have a reputation for being the most tech-savvy of presidents, but in January, following a briefing on Russia’s interference during the election, Donald Trump promised to appoint a team of experts to deal with cybersecurity threats within 90 days of taking office. Now, that deadline has passed,...

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The Intercept reports:

Trump 90 Days Ago: “My People Will Have a Full Report on Hacking Within 90 Days!”

Reached by phone, Trump spokesperson Michael Short said, "I've got to run" and then hung up.

The Washington Times reports:

Trump administration fails to put out promised cybersecurity report before 90-day deadline

President Trump's first 90 days in office came and went Thursday without the White House unveiling a comprehensive cybersecurity plan as repeatedly promised, raising questions about the nation's ability to defend against potentially crippling cyberattacks. Though Mr. Trump previously insisted his administration would release a full cybersecurity report during his ...

The Inquisitr reports:

Trump Russia Collusion: ‘Concrete Evidence’ Trump Team, Russia Conspired On Election Hacks, New Report Says

The United States congressional investigations into possible collusion between Donald Trump and Russia to influence the 2016 presidential election now possess “concrete” evidence that there was indeed a conspiracy between the Trump team and Russian officials to use hacked emails and documents in a way that could alter the course of the race, a new report in The Guardian newspaper said on Thursday.

Quoting a source, the Guardian report filed by correspondents Luke Harding, Stephanie...