From NBC New York:

While the departments of defense and homeland security will be on top of cyber threats, the federal government has lost the person who can aggregate them for the president, said Megan Reiss, a senior national security fellow with the R Street Institute, a nonpartisan public policy research organization. This means the West Wing may not see the big picture around what the director of national intelligence considers the number-one global threat and that countries like Russia and North Korea, or terrorist groups, could exploit the apparent disorganization and target the U.S.

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