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Cybersecurity

The U.S. government views cybersecurity and cyber policy, not only as a matter of national security, but also as a foreign policy imperative. Our mandate is to “promote an open, interoperable, reliable, and secure Internet that fosters efficiency, innovation, communication, and economic prosperity, while respecting privacy and guarding against disruption, fraud, and theft.”
The President’s “Executive Order on Strengthening the Cybersecurity of Federal Networks and Critical Infrastructure”, highlighted the international components of cybersecurity. The Executive Order also called for additional work, particularly on developing an international engagement strategy on cybersecurity. A number of Departments and Agencies including State, Treasury, Defense, Commerce, Justice, and Homeland Security are working on this.
In recent years, we have seen cybersecurity and digital economy issues converge to an increasing degree. Cyber security policy decisions made by governments around the world have resounding effects on the ability of American businesses to operate across borders and build on their legacies of innovation and global leadership. Similarly, digital economy, internet policy, and telecom issues shape the cyber security environment, creating path dependencies with profound implications for the evolving nature of the internet.

We’ve been working closely with the Brazilian government on a number of digital economy and cybersecurity issues, most notably through two of our bilateral dialogues:

1. The U.S.-Brazil Commercial dialogue – which on August 1st, 2018 launched a digital economy work stream, and;

2. The Defense Industry Dialogue, which in 2018 also launched cybersecurity as a topic for further discussion and collaboration.

For further information on cybersecurity in Brazil, please contact:
Melissa McInnis
Digital Attaché
Melissa.mcinnis@trade.gov

Patricia Marega
ICT Commercial Specialist
Patricia.marega@trade.gov


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