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Candidates On Cybersecurity: 5 Key Takeaways About Trump's Stance On Security

Cybersecurity is emerging as a key topic of conversation in this year's presidential election. Take a look at where Donald Trump stands on the issue and what initiatives he might put in place if elected to office.

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Trump Talks Cybersecurity

As presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump escalate their fight for the White House, cybersecurity is emerging as a key topic of conversation. In the first presidential debate, both candidates agreed that cyberattacks posed a major threat to U.S. security. On Monday, Trump singled out the issue in a speech at an event hosted by Retired American Warriors in Virginia.

"To truly make America safe, we must make cybersecurity a major priority for both the government and the private sector,’ Trump said. "As President, improving cybersecurity will be an immediate and top priority for my administration,’ he said. Take a look at some of the key takeaways from the speech and what some of Trump's policies around cybersecurity might be. (Keep an eye on CRN for a follow-up slideshow on Democratic rival Hillary Clinton).

 
 
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