washington - US President Donald Trump gives Kirstjen Nielsen the lead of the Department of Internal Security. The White House announced its appointment Wednesday. Nielsen is still the substitute of John Kelly, the White House Chief of Staff. This former general was for his promotional security minister. In that position, Nielsen will follow him soon.
Nielsen acts as an authority in the field of internet security, a portfolio that is becoming increasingly important in the relevant department. In the past, she was part of the 'cyber thought tank' of George Washington University.