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Washington Examiner Touts Donilon’s Role as Head of White House Cybersecurity CommissionApril 18, 2016
In its April 18, 2016 issue, the Washington Examiner featured the Obama administration’s newly formed cybersecurity commission, which is chaired by O’Melveny Vice Chair Tom Donilon, President Obama’s former National Security Advisor.
As the article, “No Pre-baked Results for New White House Cyber team,” reported, the Commission on Enhancing National Cybersecurity was created by an executive order signed in February and held its inaugural session on April 14. The commission includes former government officials and representatives from Microsoft, Mastercard, CrowdStrike, Uber, and other tech companies.