AT&T’s former chief security officer has some strong opinions when it comes to President Donald Trump’s cybersecurity executive order.

At a recent conference in New York City, Ed Amoroso shared his thoughts on the executive order, stating that there are likely “hundreds” of plans being drafted by government agencies under the new executive order, many which will be overlooked, according to a full report by Threat Post.

In his view, the order needs to be comprised of three key areas; focusing on implementing one compliance framework (NIST), migrating to the cloud, and homing in on educational initiatives that get young students involved in cybersecurity.

If the government stays on the course currently set by the cybersecurity executive, Amoroso believes that the country’s critical infrastructure is vulnerable to attacks, according to Threat Post’s report.