Biden to strengthen measures against cyber and immigration issues Four people will be appointed to important positions | Reuters

US President Joe Biden is expected to appoint four people to key positions to strengthen the government’s measures against cybersecurity and immigration issues. Photo taken at White House on March 12 (2021 Reuters / Tom Brenner)

[Washington, 12th, Reuters]-US President Biden appoints Chris Inglis as national cyber director and Jen Easterley as director of the Cyber ​​Security Infrastructure Security Bureau as part of the government’s strengthening of cyber security measures. The outlook and sources have revealed.

They are cybersecurity experts and have served as senior officials at the National Security Agency (NSA).

White House officials also said that President Biden intends to appoint two senior officials who were critical of former President Trump’s immigration policy to key positions in the administration’s immigration affairs.

The head of the US Customs and Border Control Agency (CBP), which oversees border control, is Chris Magnus, the chief of police in Tucson, Arizona, and the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), which handles procedures such as immigration applications. ) Is said to be planning to appoint Mr. Ur Jado to the top.


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