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* To defend against the full spectrum of threats by enhancing U.S. counterintelligence capabilities and increasing the security of the supply chain for key information technologies.
 
* To defend against the full spectrum of threats by enhancing U.S. counterintelligence capabilities and increasing the security of the supply chain for key information technologies.
 
* To strengthen the future cybersecurity environment by expanding cyber education; coordinating and redirecting research and development efforts across the Federal Government; and working  to define and develop strategies to deter hostile or malicious activity in cyberspace.
 
* To strengthen the future cybersecurity environment by expanding cyber education; coordinating and redirecting research and development efforts across the Federal Government; and working  to define and develop strategies to deter hostile or malicious activity in cyberspace.
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===CNCI Initiative Details===
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#Manage the Federal Enterprise Network as a single network enterprise with Trusted Internet Connections.
  
 
==Additional Notes and Highlights==
 
==Additional Notes and Highlights==

Revision as of 14:51, 1 September 2010

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The Comprehensive National Cybersecurity Initiative

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Executive Office of the President of The U.S., The Comprehensive National Cybersecurity Initiative (2010). Online paper. Web

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The Comprehensive National Cybersecurity Initiative (CNCI) consists of a number of mutually reinforcing initiatives with the following major goals designed to help secure the United States in cyberspace:

  • To establish a front line of defense against today’s immediate threats by creating or enhancing shared situational awareness of network vulnerabilities, threats, and events within the Federal Government - and ultimately with state, local, and tribal governments and private sector partners — and the ability to act quickly to reduce our current vulnerabilities and prevent intrusions.
  • To defend against the full spectrum of threats by enhancing U.S. counterintelligence capabilities and increasing the security of the supply chain for key information technologies.
  • To strengthen the future cybersecurity environment by expanding cyber education; coordinating and redirecting research and development efforts across the Federal Government; and working to define and develop strategies to deter hostile or malicious activity in cyberspace.

CNCI Initiative Details

  1. Manage the Federal Enterprise Network as a single network enterprise with Trusted Internet Connections.

Additional Notes and Highlights