Many cybersecurity experts hope President-elect Joe Biden’s administration will take a new approach to cybersecurity, focusing on international cooperation and putting pressure on Russia and China for state-sponsored hacking.
Cybersecurity experts see a significant change in tone in the Biden administration. It comes after outgoing President Trump criticized long-term allies and attacked U.S. election systems’ security to try and overturn the results of his loss to Biden. Trump also fired Christopher Krebs, director of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, after Krebs disputed the president’s massive election fraud claims.
The most significant difference between Biden and Trump should be more international cooperation on cybersecurity, said