Chapter 11: Global Cyberspace Security Cooperation

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One aspect of the Internet that people have grasped slowly is that it reaches virtually around the world. That means people in far away places who do not like the United States for some reason or another have access to a potential means of wreaking havoc. To meet the goals of priority V and participate in developing greater national and international cyberspace security cooperation, an organization should take or be prepared to take the following steps:

  • Help strengthen cyber-related counterintelligence efforts by providing the government with information about known activities that may be relevant to these efforts.

  • Provide information to the government that can improve capabilities for attack attribution and coordination of response before, during, and after an incident.

  • Assist the government to facilitate dialog and partnerships among international public and private sectors focused on protecting information infrastructures.

  • Participate in the government's national and international watchandwarning networks to detect and prevent cyberattacks as they emerge.

  • Use influence to get other countries to accept the Council of Europe (CoE) Convention on Cybercrime.

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Implementing Homeland Security for Enterprise IT
Implementing Homeland Security for Enterprise IT
ISBN: 1555583121
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2003
Pages: 248 © 2008-2017.
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