Posted October 12, 2018 07:31:51In the days after Donald Trump’s inauguration, some retailers, restaurants, hotels and retailers reported that their post tracking systems were being attacked.
Some reported receiving emails from bots that pretended to be post tracking agencies.
Others said they received emails from companies that were attempting to sell their data to foreign governments.
The Federal Trade Commission has opened an investigation into whether the botnet used by the Russians was part of a broader scheme to target consumers in the United States.
The FBI is investigating whether the Russian government used bots to target US consumers.
The Trump administration has not denied any of the allegations, but has suggested the bots were designed to make money.
But the administration has been less vocal about the bots themselves.
Trump’s top trade adviser has said the bots could have been set up to help the Russians gain access to the Trump team, and that Trump and his team should be more forthcoming about the use of botnets.
“We don’t know who the actors are,” said White House press secretary Sean Spicer.
“The fact is that there’s a whole bunch of people who want to have access to people’s personal information.”
He said the president’s team was working on ways to “make sure that we’re not giving away personal information that’s going to the Russians.”
Trump’s administration is working on a proposal to make it harder for the Russian cyber operatives to target American consumers, and the Trump administration is trying to figure out a way to protect American companies from a new wave of botnet attacks.
The administration wants Congress to authorize the Cybersecurity Advisory Board to create a system that would identify cyberattacks against the private sector and make it easier for companies to identify the botnets that are used to commit the attacks.
It also wants the board to require that private companies with a cyberattack-related incident report the attacks to the government and get an update within 24 hours.
Trump and the administration have also called for a stronger approach to cybersecurity and cybersecurity legislation, which is currently stalled in the House.
Trump is reportedly considering an executive order that would ban the use by foreign governments of social engineering tools to gain access or manipulate Americans’ social media profiles.
Trump has repeatedly questioned the efficacy of such tools, saying he believes they could be used to spy on Americans and steal information about them.
The White House has also been critical of the United Nations, saying it doesn’t have the capacity to protect the information it collects.