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President Trump is calling for a full review of the nation's cybersecurity vulnerabilities.

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President Trump's long-awaited executive order on cybersecurity will not be signed for at least several weeks, while White House staff on homeland and national security issues is still being put in place, according to government and industry sources.

Leaders of the organization charged with developing standards for cyber information sharing and analysis organizations are encouraged by ongoing dialogue over a forthcoming Trump executive order on cybersecurity that could be issued in the coming weeks.

Senate Commerce Chairman John Thune (R-SD) and Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) are urging Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross and Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao to make cybersecurity a top priority, following a hearing last month that revealed serious weaknesses and challenges for both department in the cyber realm.

Rep Ted Lieu (D-CA), a member of the Congressional Cybersecurity Caucus, is calling on policymakers and industry to place a greater focus on the cybersecurity of mobile devices amid what he calls a lack of current protections against mobile malware.