Der Schutz des Cyber-Raums bei gleichzeitiger Wahrung der Freiheit des Internets ist auf internationaler Ebene zu einer zentralen Herausforderung geworden.
Das Auswärtige Amt der Bundesrepublik Deutschland trägt der wachsenden Bedeutung dieses Querschnittsthemas Rechnung.
Der Referent Jens Lorentz ist der stellvertretende Leitung der Koordinierung der Cyber-Außenpolitik im Auswärtigen Amt.
National Cybersecurity Communications Integration Center
3:10 P.M. EST
THE PRESIDENT: Good afternoon, everybody. I want to thank Secretary Johnson, Deputy Secretary Mayorkas, and the dedicated public servants of the Department of Homeland Security for welcoming me here today. I’ve kind of taken over your work space. I apologize for that, but just pretend that I’m not here. (Laughter.) I want you to keep working. I did ask who dressed up for this event, and apparently, a few were brave enough to admit it.
But in advance of my State of the Union address next week, I’ve been rolling out my proposals for keeping our economy on track, keeping it growing, making sure we're creating jobs and opportunity for the American people. And that includes the extraordinary opportunities that exist in our digital economy.
Yesterday, I announced new proposals to better protect Americans from identity theft and to ensure our privacy, including making sure that our kids are safe from digital marketing and intrusions on their privacy based on what they’re doing at school. Tomorrow in Iowa, I’ll talk about how we can give more families and communities faster, cheaper access to the broadband that allows them to successfully compete in this global economy. And on Thursday, the Vice President will be in Norfolk to highlight the need to continue to invest in the education and skills for our cybersecurity professionals. But today I am here at DHS to highlight how we can work with the private sector to better protect American companies against cyber threats.