U.S. Department of State's Approach to Supporting Allies Amid Cyber Threats

15 May 2024

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Line of Effort 3: Support Allies and Partners Amid Malicious Activity

A core element of digital solidarity is standing with partners when they are impacted by significant disruptive or destabilizing cyber incidents. The Department of State will continue to work with allies and partners – through our embassies on the ground and our cyber experts in Washington – to coordinate appropriate support during the investigation, mitigation, and recovery from such cyber incidents. This support can include, as appropriate, the provision of advice by embassy cyber experts; facilitation of remote or on-the-ground investigative, hunt, and malware analysis activities; foreign assistance projects; or coordination of cyber assistance efforts with partner countries. The Department of State views such activities as critical to strengthen collective cyber defense and resilience and to help countries resist cyberattacks aimed at coercing them or otherwise interfering with their sovereignty.

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This post was originally published on May 6, 2024, by the U.S Department of State