Trump to order departments to beef up cyber security

U.S. President Donald Trump on Tuesday postponed signing an executive order that is expected to require the heads of government agencies to play a more direct role in reviewing and managing risks to networks under their control. Trump, at a White House event with top officials to discuss his order, said his initiative would "hold my Cabinet secretaries and agency heads accountable, totally accountable, for the cyber security of their organizations." "We must defend and protect federal networks," he said. A signing ceremony was planned for Tuesday afternoon but an aide said it had been postponed.

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