The U.S. government needs to be ready to use its offensive cyberweapons in response to attacks from other nations,\u00a0Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said Monday.The U.S. has significant offensive cybercapabilities, but it has been shy about deploying them, Trump said during a speech in Herdon, Virginia. "This is the warfare of the future," he said.\u00a0The U.S. should also increase its use of cyberweapons\u00a0to attack terrorists, Trump said.\u00a0President Barack Obama has failed to protect the nation's cybersecurity\u00a0and a new focus is needed, added\u00a0Trump, who has largely avoided technology issues in his campaign.\u00a0Trump said he will create an international cybersecurity\u00a0task force to battle hackers, and he will ask U.S. military leaders for suggestions on how to improve the nation's cyberdefenses.\u00a0[ ALSO ON CSO: In terms of spam, Donald Trump is beating Hillary Clinton hands down ]Another team of experts will review all U.S. government cybersecurity systems. "Ultimately, all systems will be reviewed and made as secure as modern technology permits," he said. "The review team will also remain current with constantly evolving new methods of attack and will attempt to anticipate them and develop defense as often as possible before breaches occur."Trump also called on U.S. agencies to follow "best and strongest" security practices and to set up new security training programs for all employees.Trump didn't say how he'd pay for an overhaul of the government's IT systems, which could cost\u00a0tens of billions of dollars. His description of the review team's duties to anticipate attacks mirror efforts that have been in place in the U.S. government for years.Trump also used the speech to attack Democratic\u00a0candidate Hillary Clinton's operation of a private email server while she served as Obama's secretary of state.Trump said his speech on cybersecurity was "just the beginning of a long and overdue discussion" about the issue.Clinton released a cybersecurity plan months ago. She called on expanded investments in cybersecurity technologies\u00a0and accelerated adoption of best practices\u00a0such as the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology Cybersecurity Framework, first issued in February\u00a02014.