President Donald Trump wants to work with China on issues related to cyber security, but his administration is also moving to strengthen cybersecurity on the international stage, according to a new administration document obtained by The Hill.
In a memorandum submitted to the United Nations, the White House said that the administration is “concerned about a range of issues” and that the U.S. should work with other nations to resolve them.
The document says that the United States has the authority to work closely with its allies and partners to ensure that “cybersecurity remains a global priority.”
The document, which was provided to The Hill, also notes that the Trump Administration has “serious concerns” about Chinese activities and plans to address those concerns.
The White House document does not explicitly mention Russia.
It does not specifically address China, but the document notes that “China has recently been engaging in cyber attacks on the U,S.
and other countries and has repeatedly targeted our allies and U.N. peacekeeping forces in the South China Sea.
In addition, Chinese cyber operations have targeted our diplomats and government.”
(MDPAC) is the military’s principal congressional oversight agency.
It is chaired by Rep. Mike Rogers, R-Mich., and consists of five members: Rogers, Rogers, Rep. Pete Sessions, R/Mich., Reps.
Mike Pompeo, R.K., Dana Rohrabacher, R., and Mike Rogers.
Rogers was one of the original sponsors of the Cybersecurity Enhancement Act, which Congress passed in 2015.
The bill passed both houses in a bipartisan fashion and was signed into law by President Trump.
It provides a $200 million increase in cybersecurity funding and an increase in cyber missions by the Pentagon and the CIA, among other things.
The White House also said it wants to increase the amount of U.s. cybersecurity capabilities by $600 million.
“We have a clear national security interest in protecting the United Sates, its people, and its interests from the cyber attacks of other nations,” the memo reads.
“The U. S. has significant interests in combating these threats, and we support a broad range of measures that would enhance our cyber capabilities.
The President also recognizes that the cyber threat to the U S. from other countries is significant and is committed to addressing it.””
The U S is committed as a nation to defending the U States and its people against cyber attacks,” it adds.
“It is imperative that we address the threat posed by other nations in a responsible and timely manner, which is why the United states has the power to work in a more cooperative manner with its international partners.”
The new White House cybersecurity strategy was first reported by the Washington Examiner.
The full document is expected to be released by the end of the week.