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Insiders say deterrence policy advances despite Bossert departure

April 12, 2018 |
Charlie Mitchell
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Government and private-sector sources this week said they expected work on cyber deterrence to continue uninterrupted despite the upheaval on President Trump's national security staff -- an area of policy development that critics say has already taken far too long, while more optimistic voices cite ongoing progress.

Robert Joyce, the White House cybersecurity coordinator, this week was tapped to replace Tom Bossert as White House homeland security adviser at least on an acting basis, a gesture toward continuity that was...

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