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Reasonable minds can disagree on politics, but every professional reading this piece will likely agree on two things: 1) the President of the United States has an extremely difficult job; and 2) there are few challenges for our country less understood and developing more rapidly than cybersecurity and data privacy. Given the pending change in administration and uncertainty around President-elect Trump’s priorities on cybersecurity, an analysis of the current federal cyber landscape may yield insights into how the next administration might prioritize their approach on this important front.
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