Stop your messin' around, better think of your future
The transition team for US president-elect Donald Trump has announced that former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani will advise the incoming administration on how to secure America's digital infrastructure.
We're told that the Donald may hold meetings with senior private industry executives with experience in online security.
Giuliani will be in charge of organizing those confabs, based on his extensive experience in the infosec industry.
"As the use of modern communications and technology has moved forward at unparalleled speed, the necessary defenses have lagged behind," the statement reads.
"The president-elect recognizes that this needs immediate attention and input from private sector leaders to help the government plan to make us more secure.