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Executive Office of the President of The Cyberspace Policy Review. Assuring a Trusted and Resilient Information and Communications Infrastructure. [http://www.cyber.st.dhs.gov/docs/Cyberspace_Policy_Review_final.pdf ''Web'']
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National Cyber Defense Financial Services Workshop Report
Executive Office of the President of The U.S. Cyberspace Policy Review. Assuring a Trusted and Resilient Information and Communications Infrastructure (2009). Web
Overview: Government Reports
Selection from the Executive Summary: The Nation is at a crossroads. The globally-interconnected digital information and communications infrastructure known as “cyberspace”underpins almost every facet of modern society and provides critical support for the U.S. economy, civil infrastructure, public safety, and national security. This technology has transformed the global economy and connected people in ways never imagined. Yet, cybersecurity risks pose some of the most serious economic and national security challenges of the 21st Century. The digital infrastructure’s architecture was driven more by considerations of interoperability and efficiency than of security. Consequently, a growing array of state and non-state actors are compromising, stealing, changing, or destroying information and could cause critical disruptions to U.S. systems. At the same time, traditional telecommunications and Internet networks continue to converge, and other infrastructure sectors are adopting the Internet as a primary means of interconnectivity. The United States faces the dual challenge of maintaining an environment that promotes efficiency, innovation, economic prosperity, and free trade while also promoting safety, security, civil liberties, and privacy rights. It is the fundamental responsibility of our government to address strategic vulnerabilities in cyberspace and ensure that the United States and the world realize the full potential of the information technology revolution.