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December 7, 2021

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Atlantic Council's Bossert considered for White House homeland security job

By Joshua Higgins / December 23, 2016

A cyber fellow at the Atlantic Council is being considered to serve as President-elect Trump’s assistant to the president for homeland security, according to news reports, while members of President Obama’s cyber commission are preparing to brief the Trump transition team in January on cyber issues that will face the incoming administration.

Tom Bossert, a cyber risk fellow at the Atlantic Council’s Cyber Statecraft Initiative, met with the president-elect on Thursday, according to transition officials, and is a top contender...

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