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

Sarah Kuranda

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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