Trump, May agree to take on ISIS in cyberspace
The U.K. and U.S. are planning to work more closely to combat the spread of extreme Islamist ideology in cyberspace, British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Friday.
May was speaking at a White House news conference, alongside U.S. President Donald Trump, held to outline the results of talks between the two leaders. May is in Washington as the first foreign head of state to meet Trump.
She noted the conventional military fight against ISIS is working and the group is losing territory but noted the two countries “need to redouble our efforts.”
“Today we’re discussing how we can do this by deepening intelligence and security cooperation and critically, by stepping up our efforts to counter Daesh in cyberspace,” she said, using an alternate name for the terrorist group.