Press Releases: Coordinator for Cyber Issues and U.S. Coordinator for International Communications and Information Policy To Participate in the U.S.-Kenya Cyber and Digital Economy Dialogue

Media Note
Office of the Spokesperson
Washington, DC
June 22, 2017


Christopher Painter, the Secretary’s Coordinator for Cyber Issues, and Julie Zoller, Acting U.S. Coordinator for International Communications and Information Policy, will travel to Nairobi, Kenya from June 22-23 to discuss cyber and digital economy policy issues with government officials, the private sector, and civil society as part of the U.S.-Kenya Cyber and Digital Economy Dialogue.

During their visit to Nairobi, Coordinators Painter and Zoller will engage with senior Kenyan leaders to discuss policies related to cybersecurity, cybercrime, and legal cooperation as well as digital economy regulatory and commercial policies, cooperation at the International Telecommunication Union, and other cyber and internet policy issues.

To learn more about this trip or other cyber policy efforts at the Department of State, please follow us on Twitter @State_Cyber and @StateCIP.

To learn more about the Department of State’s efforts in economic matters, including communications and information policy issues, follow us on Twitter @EconatState or at the EconAtState Facebook page.


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