First he blasted the US government for having "the worst" cybersecurity. Then President-elect Donald Trump vowed to do something about it.
In his first press conference since July, when he suggested that Russia should try to uncover Hillary Clinton's missing emails, Trump promised a "major report on hacking defense" within the next 90 days.
He's given that mission to Rep. Mike Pompeo and Sen. Dan Coats, his picks for CIA director and National Intelligence director, respectively. Trump said the report would cover Russian hacking during the US presidential election, along with US cybersecurity flaws generally.
"How do we stop this fairly new phenomenon? Because the US is hacked by everybody," Trump said during his press conference Wednesday. "That includes Russia and China and ... everybody."
On Friday, US...(continued)