By AP StaffSecurity is an issue.
If there are threats, the government has to deal with them.
But there are also times when it’s not the government’s job to protect you.
A few weeks ago, a couple of days before the presidential inauguration, a man went on a shooting spree that killed three people in suburban Philadelphia.
That was not a normal day for the National Security Agency, which gathers intelligence on American citizens.
President Donald Trump signed the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act into law last week, making it easier for the agency to share cyberthreat information.
The bill allows the government to share cybersecurity information with other government agencies, private companies and universities.
It also allows companies to share information about cyberattacks with the public.
Trump has promised to make cybersecurity more accessible to the public by allowing more companies to disclose information about attacks and other cyberattacks to the government.
For many, however, it’s important to be able to protect their personal information from government agencies.
So how does the NSA do that?
The agency does have a few ways to share its cyberthreat data with other companies.
For example, it can share data with universities, which share it with other universities.
It also can share cyber threat information with the Department of Homeland Security.
That is where the law comes in.
The Department of Defense, which operates the military’s cyber capabilities, shares cyber threat data with the NSA.
But it does so under the umbrella of the Cyber Operations Center, which the Pentagon established in 2016.
The Center provides support to other government entities that are participating in cyber security efforts, including the FBI, NSA and Defense Cyber Command.
The Defense Cyber Center, however is run by the Defense Information Systems Agency, the Defense Department’s cybersecurity arm.
The NSA’s Cyber Command, which is in charge of cyber operations, also is in the same division.
It shares cyberthreat and operational data with these other agencies.
In the case of the Trump administration, the two agencies are now working together.
While both agencies share cyber threats with each other, the Trump Administration does not have the same level of information sharing as the previous administration, which allowed all parties to share data.
The White House said in its statement on Monday that it would provide greater transparency with the Cyber Command and Cyber Operations Centers.
In order to make that happen, the White House says it needs more oversight.
It will provide Congress with the results of a survey that the National Academies and others conducted this year.
“It’s really important that we make sure that the information that we share with other agencies is actually shared with the American people,” White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Monday.
According to the survey, the most common cybersecurity threat was the spread of a malware virus.
In terms of cyber threat, most respondents said the most likely type of attacks were malicious code or spear phishing emails.
Another common threat was denial-of-service attacks, which seek to overwhelm a website with traffic and overwhelm it with visitors.
In the survey respondents were asked if they believed that their organizations were targeted by malicious code.
Only 17% of respondents said they believed their organizations are being targeted by such attacks.
And only 8% said they had been infected with a malware attack.
Another key finding was that the survey found that most respondents had a negative experience with the FBI.
Only 13% said that the FBI is an excellent or good cybersecurity organization, and only 4% said it is an average or below.
Sanders said the survey is still preliminary and that more information is needed to better understand the scope of cyberthreats and the vulnerabilities of systems.
The White House did not provide any further details about how it will respond to the data breach.