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U.S. funds will boost global semiconductor supplies, secure info tech

Learn how money from the CHIPS Act will help the State Department improve global supply chains and secure the global Internet.
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Securing technology for a prosperous, safe future

Learn how U.S. public and private sector groups work with counterparts around the world to solve pressing problems through new technology.
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Protecting Ukraine’s internet access and critical data

The Russian Federation's unjust war against Ukraine includes cyberattacks. Learn how the U.S. supports Ukraine's cyber defenses.
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How Russia conducts false flag operations

Nations plant "false flags" to look like victims or justify war. Learn how Russia has used false flag operations to hide its aggression.
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Cybersecurity and you: Upgrade your skills with free courses

Protect yourself against hackers and cybercriminals with free online tools from firms such as Amazon, Microsoft and the U.S. government.
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Blinken unveils ‘historic’ changes for State Department

A new era of global affairs requires nations to address climate change, global health and technology. See what the State Department is doing.
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Nations rally to fight global ransomware threat

The United States is partnering with numerous countries to disrupt ransomware incidents, which threaten infrastructure and the economy.
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The Quad: Advancing peace and prosperity in the Indo-Pacific

Leaders of the U.S., Australia, India and Japan met in Washington to advance cooperation on climate change, development and other priorities.
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Defending technology from authoritarian abuse

The U.S. is working with international partners to ensure the responsible development of technology and to prevent authoritarian misuse.