Cybersecurity policy and practice (MASL #P170370)
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The Center for Civil-Military Relations (CCMR) offers a one-week resident course in Monterey, California entitled "Cybersecurity Policy and Practice” for nations that are interested in developing capabilities to defend cyberspace from attack. National security, economic prosperity and citizen safety are threatened daily through exploitation, intrusion or disruption in cyberspace by criminal, transnational or regional competitors. This offering prepares decision-makers to effectively consider, design and implement policies and practices for safeguarding unfettered access to and use of cyberspace.
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