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Digital Connectivity and Cybersecurity Partnership

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Objectives of the Digital Partnership

  • BUILD CONNECTIONS

    Build connections by promoting investments in secure, diverse, and resilient ICT infrastructure.

  • ADVANCE AN OPEN INTERNET

    Advance an open Internet by promoting inclusive, rights-respecting, multi-stakeholder models of internet governance and pro-competitive, pro-innovation digital economy policies and regulations.

  • GROW GLOBAL MARKETS 

    Grow Global Markets for U.S. ICT goods and services, especially high-quality, interoperable, secure ICT equipment, software, and services.

  • ENHANCE CYBERSECURITY

    Enhance Cybersecurity by increasing adoption and implementation of cybersecurity best practices. The Digital Connectivity and Cybersecurity Partnership (‘Digital Partnership’ or DCCP) is a whole-of-government global initiative to promote an open, interoperable, secure, and reliable Internet. This initiative enables partner nations to realize the benefits of a vibrant and secure digital economy through:

    • Catalyzing economically sustainable and secure private sector network investments
    • Promoting regulatory reforms
    • Encouraging adoption of strong cybersecurity and data privacy best practices

As the adoption of digital technology rapidly advances across the globe, DCCP works with partners to ensure this transformation promotes inclusive growth and fosters resilient and democratic societies.

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