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Cyber security [electronic resource] : an integrated governmental strategy for progress / Franklin D. Kramer.

Author/Creator:
Kramer, Franklin D.
Publication:
Washington, DC : Atlantic Council of the United States, 2010.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource
Series:
Atlantic Council issuebrief.
Atlantic Council issuebrief
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Other Title:
JSTOR Security Studies.
Subjects:
Computer networks -- Security measures -- Government policy -- United States.
Public-private sector cooperation -- United States.
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Mode of access: World Wide Web.
System requirements: Adobe Reader.
Summary:
Cyber security has emerged as a critical challenge in an era defined by global interconnectedness and digital information. While there are multiple ongoing efforts that seek to enhance cyber security, an integrated governmental strategy to meet that challenge has only begun and has yet fully to take shape. All strategies demand recognition of risk and prioritization of resources, and cyber strategy will be no different. A governmental strategy for cyber security of focusing on critical national security issues, but developing through them valuable benefits for the entire cyber sector will allow the appropriate prioritization and allocation of resources necessary to make progress. The strategy itself will still require programmatic actions, including the development of key building block efforts, including technology, governmental and business processes and governance, and human resources. With appropriate effort, very significant progress can be made, and, with that, cyber's trustworthy use substantially enhanced.
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Title from p.1 screen (viewed Aug. 23, 2010).
Contributor:
Atlantic Council of the United States.
OCLC:
657335657
Access Restriction:
Restricted for use by site license.