The implementation of the agreement means the possibility for the United States and China to resolve some of the bilateral tensions, but both sides need to make significant improvements. Last year, President Donald Trump promised he would have a plan for U.S. cybersecurity efforts within 90 days of taking office, but that deadline has been pushed back. Obama was in favor of international cooperation, while Trump was unclear about his direction at first, but said he intended to make cybersecurity a priority.