The Justice Department is creating a cyber-digital task force to examine outside attempts to interfere with U.S. elections, Attorney General #JeffSessions
announced Tuesday."At the #DepartmentofJustice
, we take these threats seriously. That is why today I am ordering the creation of a Cyber-Digital #TaskForce
to advise me on the most effective ways that this Department can confront these threats and keep the #American
people safe," Sessions said in a statement. Sessions said Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein will name a senior department official to chair the task force.The effort will seek to "canvass the many ways that the Department is combatting the global cyber threat" as well as "identify how federal law enforcement can more effectively accomplish its mission in this vital and evolving area," according to the press release.
The task force will be in charge of looking into a broad range of efforts in which outside actors sought to interfere. It is tasked with providing a report on its findings at the end of June.
has given us amazing new tools that help us work, communicate, and participate in our economy, but these tools can also be exploited by criminals, terrorists, and enemy governments," Sessions added.
The new task force comes shortly after special counsel Robert #Mueller
charged 13 Russian nationals and three Russian companies on Friday with attempting to sow discord and interfere in the country's presidential election by waging "information warfare."
spent the weekend tweeting that the grand jury's indictment vindicates him in the federal Russia probe because this particular set of charges did not point to collusion between Trump campaign aides and Russians.
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