National Cyber Defense Initiative "Opening Moves" workshop report
National Cyber Defense Initiative
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This workshop, held at the Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, CA, December 3-7, 2007, was a continuation of an ongoing sequence of meetings in connection with a “grass roots” effort to create a 10-year research plan for the protection of our national cyber critical infrastructure from strategic damage. The purpose of the plan us to realize our vision—transform the cyberinfrastructure to be resistant to attack so that critical national interests are protected from catastrophic damage and our society can confidently adopt new technological advances. This would be accomplished in such a way as to create a lever to enhance U.S. high-tech competitiveness, attract top students into strong educational programs, and strengthen government, industry and academic research. This workshop report is being received as input into the important research component of a nascent National initiative.
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