Former major of New York Giuliani accepts position as leader of Donald Trump s new cybersecurity team
Rudy Giuliani is to form and lead a new cyber security team made up of private sector security experts for President-elect Donald Trump.
The former New York City Mayor confirmed the appointment on Thursday morning on Fox and Friends.
The idea here is to bring together corporate leaders and their technological people, Giuliani said in the interview The president will meet with them on an ongoing basis, as well as anybody else in the administration.
Giuliani is a close ally of Donald Trump and publicly backed the Presidential candidate after his inappropriate comments about women, at a time when few others did.
Trump was reportedly considering rewarding Giuliani with one of the top posts within his administration, including the positions of attorney general, secretary of homeland security, and director of national intelligence.