US joins international cybersecurity partnership | Engadget

This does, however, signal intent the US wants to show that it will help international cybersecurity initiatives, however well they work in practice.Please enter a valid email address The State Department is also establishing a Bureau of Cyberspace and Digital Policy that will tackle cybersecurity and other technology issues.The move contrasts sharply with the Trump administration's stance. The Biden administration wants to bolster the United States' collaboration on cybersecurity, and that includes forming key partnerships. While the previous White House did boost some cybersecurity efforts, critics accused it of a soft approach in other areas. Trump at one point incorrectly claimed Russia had stopped cyberattacks against the US.The decision won't necessarily transform security. Wired noted the Paris Call didn't legally bind anyone to honor the agreement's values. The US refused to sign the Paris Call in 2018, joining countries like China, Iran and Russia.
The Biden administration wants to bolster the United States' collaboration on cybersecurity, and that includes forming key partnerships. As Axiosreports, Vice President Kamala Harris has revealed the… [+1337 chars]