OREANDA-NEWS  The new US cybersecurity strategy, which was unveiled this week, replaces the same document that was adopted in 2018 under the presidency of Donald Trump. Joe Biden's new policy approaches are very different from the approaches of the last White House administration. The lists of the main threats to national cybersecurity include the People's Republic of China and the Russian Federation.

The new document presents a plan for guidance on ensuring the security of the Joe Biden administration in the event of a threat. The documents present five basic principles on cybersecurity. The first one talks about strengthening the protection of the existing critical infrastructure. The second describes the fight against threats using both diplomatic and military methods.

The third principle includes a formulation on strengthening market incentives to ensure the sustainability of the economy. The rest speak about the formation of reliable international relations and investments.