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Donald Trump ‘wasn’t briefed’ on Executive Order he signed appointing Steve Bannon to National Security Council

Donald Trump was not briefed on an Executive Order he signed placing an ex-far right website owner on America s National Security Council. The President is reportedly fuming because he wasn t told the piece of paper he signed would put Steve Bannon on the crucial committee. According to the New York Times, not being fully briefed on the appointment is “a greater source of frustration to the president than the fallout from the travel ban.”

Bannon, the former CEO of far-right website Breitbart, is Trump s chief strategist in the White House – and is the first political appointee to be made a primary member of the Council.

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The Executive Order originally removed Joseph Dunford, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff – the highest ranking serving military officer – from the permanent Council, but the White House later indicated it was to walk back on the move.

Steve Bannon and Donald Trump

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Bannon, 62, is a skilled propagandist and darling of the so-called alt-right – a term used to describe a movement of racist, anti-Muslim and white supremacist people on social media, which got behind Trump s candidacy. Prior to Trump’s election, Bannon had no experience in public service or national security. He was instrumental in developing Trump s executive order banning travel to the US from Muslim countries, and was reported to have insisted last night that the ban would apply even to people with lawful permanent residence in the US.

He took over Breitbart, which has become a platform for the so-called Alt-Right, in 2012, following the sudden death of founder Andrew Breitbart.

While the site was always a right-wing fringe website, there was a shift in focus under Bannon s leadership. Former Breitbart editor-at-large Ben Shapiro told the Daily Wire, a conservative website: Andrew Breitbart despised racism . Truly despised it .

With Bannon embracing Trump, all that changed. It was reported this morning that the President’s top team hold late night meetings in the dark because they can’t work out how to turn on the lights in the White House cabinet room.1

Washington DC history is full of legends of crucial decisions being made in dimly lit, smoke filled rooms.

But in the Trump2 team’s case, the gloom is apparently down to them not being able to get their head around the technology.

And according to the New York Times3 , the lights are just one of the teething troubles the new President’s team suffer. They report that at late-night meetings, “aides confer in the dark because they cannot figure out how to operate the light switches in the cabinet room.

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Theresa May visits US and Donald Trump

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  1. ^ lights in the White House cabinet room. (www.nytimes.com)
  2. ^ Trump (mirror.co.uk)
  3. ^ New York Times (mirror.co.uk)

BT invites SMEs to help secure the nations economic security

BT Invites SMEs To Help Secure The Nations Economic Security

Nearly all IT decision makers in large multinational corporations have experienced a cyber-attack

BT launches a competition to find innovative new ideas from small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) aimed at protecting the UK s critical infrastructure and keeping public sector and business data secure. BT SME Award 2017: Securing the Nation will give SMEs the chance to showcase their new technology and product ideas within three award categories: Cyber Security; Data collection, mining and analytics; and Digital Innovation . The winning entrants are expected to demonstrate how their new ideas will address key challenges in securing data for businesses and public sector organisations. For the data collection, mining and analytics category, BT is searching for SMEs with ideas for solutions that can help the Police and the Home Office tackle modern slavery and human trafficking.

Not enough effective data

There is currently not enough effective data and insight to tackle this growing crime, and so innovative, new solutions have the opportunity to make a real impact . The competition is an opportunity to demonstrate that technology can be used for good, and SMEs with digital technology experience, who may never have thought about how technology can be used to combat trafficking, are encouraged to apply. There is a total prize pot of 30,000 across all three categories . The judges will award each category winner a cash prize of 10,000, plus six months flex membership at TechHub s sold out London start-up space which includes access to the London and all global TechHub spaces, plus the opportunity to network with the community of members all working on technology products.

All three winners will have the opportunity to work with BT to explore technical and commercial partnerships to bring their solutions to market with BT. The issue of cyber security is increasingly forming part of board level discussions at large companies because of the rapidly escalating and evolving nature of the threat . Recent research from BT and KPMG reveals that 97 per cent of IT decision makers in large multinational corporations have experienced a cyber-attack, with half of them reporting an increase in the last two years.

Companies remain unprepared

However, only a fifth of respondents are confident that their organisation is fully prepared against the threat of cyber-attacks . The latest BT Infinity Lab competition is aimed at developing new innovative ways of helping organisations of all sizes to address the threat. Ben Gummer, minister for the cabinet office and paymaster general, says, Small and medium-sized businesses make a huge contribution to our economy and account for over 99 per cent of all private sector businesses .

Entrepreneurs, risk-takers, family businesses and start-ups have created more than 2.7 million jobs and launched almost a million new businesses since 2010.

But there is more we can do which is why the government is committed to spending 1 in every 3 with small businesses by 2020 . By doing so, we will harness the knowledge, skills and experience of our SMEs and use them to improve our public services. Colm O Neill, MD major and public sector at BT, says, Cyber security is a really important issue for the UK public sector and businesses of all sizes . BT has developed world class capability through protecting its own and its customers networks and we recognise that some of the most innovative ideas often come from our diverse SME community.

This initiative aims to provide a platform for these ideas, and an opportunity for SMEs to develop them into solutions that will tackle real world challenges, including the issue of modern slavery . We are really excited to see the results, and to work alongside these organisations to ensure the UK continues to lead the way in security.

Elizabeth Varley, co-founder & global CEO of TechHub, says, This is the fourth year of TechHub s partnership with BT to provide a boost to growing technology companies .

We are proud to join BT in supporting those startups that could make a big impact to securing our world in the future.

Further reading on BT cyber security