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Former Obama cyber commission director sees data integrity among priorities for 2018

January 11, 2018 |
Rick Weber
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Kiersten Todt, the former executive director of President Obama's cybersecurity commission, said heightened concern about data manipulation and the need to protect critical information that underlies the nation's most important systems, such as financial services, will drive cyber policy priorities for the upcoming year.

Todt said she expects the Trump administration to take steps on improved identity security for a digital economy, as it continues to build on the recommendations of the Obama commission while responding and adjusting to new...


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