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Trump pledges to boost U.S. Cyber Command, use 'cyberwarfare' in foreign policy strategy

January 20, 2017 |
Joshua Higgins
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The Trump administration is planning to boost cyber offensive capabilities at U.S. Cyber Command and collaborate with foreign allies to “engage in cyberwarfare to disrupt and disable propaganda and recruiting,” according to the policy statements issued by the White House following President Trump's swearing in ceremony on Capitol Hill.

“Cyberwarfare is an emerging battlefield, and we must take every measure to safeguard our national security secrets and systems,” President Trump's “Making Our Military Strong Again” policy statement says. “We...


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