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The National Strategy to Secure Cyberspace

The fact that the Internet is part of a network of networks spanning the globe inherently connects the U.S. to other countries. Enabling America's own security is contingent on international cooperation that includes information sharing, reducing vulnerabilities, and identifying and stopping malicious actors. The United States must work with international bodies to commence dialogue on how to protect information and develop a culture of safety. Generating international watchdog organizations to deter cyber attacks would also be beneficial. The United States would also benefit from other countries agreeing to international agreements and raising their laws to the comprehensiveness of the United States legal frameworks.Priorities include: National Cyberspace Security Threat and Vulnerability Reduction Program; National Cyberspace Security Response System; National Cyberspace Security Awareness & Training Program; Securing Cyberspace and National Security and International Cyberspace Security Cooperation.
Department of Homeland Security (DHS)
Department of Homeland Security (DHS)
Industry Focus: 
Information & Telecommunication
Internet & Cyberspace
United States
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