On September 20, the White House released the "National Cyber Strategy of the United States of America," which outlined how the Administration would protect networks, promote digital economic and domestic innovation, deter malicious cyber activity, and promote an open and secure internet abroad. The Strategy also focuses on ensuring that federal agencies have the necessary legal authorities and resources to combat malicious, transnational cybersecurity activity.

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