Title

Cyberspace Policy for Critical Infrastructures

Document Type

Conference Proceeding

Publication Date

2008

Abstract

The first step in preparing any battlespace is to define the domain for attack and maneuver. The various military service components have directed authority to focus their efforts in specific domains of operations (e.g., naval operations are mainly in the maritime domain). However, cyberspace operations pose challenges because they span multiple operational domains. This paper focuses on U.S. cyberspace policy related to defending and exploiting critical infrastructure assets. Also, it examines the issues involved in delineating responsibility for U.S. defensive and offensive operations related to critical infrastructures. Abstract © Springer

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DOI

10.1007/978-0-387-88523-0_2

Source Publication

IFIP -- International Federation for Information Processing, vol 290

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