Cyber Security: An Integrated Governmental Strategy for Progress,” authored by former Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs and Atlantic Council Vice Chairman Franklin D. Kramer, lays out a whole of government approach that would ensure that the national security functions of the U.S. government can continue to operate while under cyber attack, establish an effective public-private partnership to safeguard critical infrastructure, and limit cyber espionage and exfiltration of sensitive government information.
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This publication is part of the Atlantic Council’s cyber security project which is generously sponsored by SAIC. Led by the Council’s Program on International Security, the project addresses emerging issues in the cyber security and defense realm, including international cooperation and private-public partnerships.

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