Eight Members Resign from Trump’s Cybersecurity Council

Government Technology: Several members have quit President Trump’s National Infrastructure Advisory Council, citing his response to the violence in Charlottesville, as well as “insufficient attention” to cybersecurity threats that face the United States.

Eight members left the group, three of which were holdovers from the Obama administration. This makes up a significant portion of the group, which is now left with 20 members, according to its website. The group advises the White House on cybersecurity, among other areas such as counterterrorism and border security.

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