The White House unveiled its national cybersecurity strategy in early March. The updated approach emphasises collaboration between the public sector, private sector, and international allies as crucial to securing the nation against cyber threats. The US national cybersecurity strategy aims to safeguard critical infrastructure, combat malicious threat actors, invest in digital security, and foster international partnerships. The plan also advocates transferring security responsibility to software companies and initiating more assertive campaigns against financially motivated and state-sponsored malicious activities. The strategy named China and Russia-backed attackers the biggest threat to US national security.