“USA correlation with other countries will be directed to creating more secure cyberspace. But they won’t stop encouraging web’s openness and accessibility all over the world”- declared Hillary Clinton on Monday introducing new national strategy on cyber security.
“Our efforts are directed to creating open but still secure and reliable cyberspace. However there is no easy path to this goal as there is no universal solution. We are to find global agreement and common vision of further cyberspace development in order to be sure it will meet audience’ expectations politically, socially, economically. It can be realized by means of creative and patient diplomacy ”- said state secretary speaking in White House.
New strategy includes seven basic priorities: Economical encouraging of innovations and world trade and simultaneous tightening the protection of intellectual property rights, strengthening net’s cyber security in USA and in the World, intensification of law enforcement activity in cyber security, improvement of international law, building capacity of special services in striking against cyber crimes, international military correlation against cyber danger , creation of Internet control involving several shareholders, assisting countries in developing digital infrastructure and support of web freedom.
“We are eager to do our best in protection private life and providing fundamental freedoms, including the freedom of expression, freedom of assembly-exactly the same way we do it in off line. These are seven priorities of new program for State Department ” – noted state secretary.
She recalled in order to coordinate this procedure there was established office of special representative on cyber security at the State Department . Chris Painter an expert in this sphere took the position.