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White House Releases Its National Cybersecurity Strategy

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White House Releases Its National Cybersecurity Strategy

The White House has released its National Cybersecurity Strategy to establish an affirmative vision for a secure cyberspace that creates opportunities to achieve the collective aspirations.

In a statement released on March 2, the United States said it will advance cyberspace as a tool to achieve its goals in a way that reflects its values: economic security and prosperity; responsive and rights-respecting democracy; and a vibrant and diverse society. 

The National Cybersecurity Strategy calls for two fundamental shifts: rebalancing the responsibility to defend cyberspace and realigning incentives to favor long-term investments.  

The digital ecosystem’s biggest, most capable, and best-positioned actors – be they in the public or private sectors – can and should assume a greater share of the burden for mitigating cyber risk.  

When entities across the public and private sectors face trade-offs between temporary fixes and long-term solutions, they must have the resources, capabilities, and incentives to choose the latter, the statement added.

The U.S. commitment to international partnerships on cyber issues remains strong, and the Strategy emphasizes working with its allies and partners to build a defensible, resilient, and values-aligned digital ecosystem.  

Advancing shared goals requires promoting a global cyberspace where responsible state behavior is expected and where irresponsible behavior is both costly and isolating.

This Strategy sets out a path to secure the promise of a digital future. Its implementation will build a durable cyber foundation for the Administration’s goals in infrastructure, clean energy, equity, democracy, and economic opportunity.

Fundamentally, it recognizes that cyberspace does not exist as its own end, but as a tool to pursue our highest aspirations.

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