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Author: David T. Moore
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: analysis, intelligence, thinking, critical
Number of Pages: 158
Published: 2010-10
ISBN-10: 1437934927
ISBN-13: 9781437934922

Contents: (1) How Do People Reason?; (2) What is Critical Thinking?; (3) What Can Be Learned from the Past?: Thinking Critically about Cuba: Deploying the Missiles; Assessing the Implications; Between Dogmatism and Refutation; Lacking: Disconfirmation; The Roles of Critical Thinking in the Cuban Crisis; Winners and Losers: The Crisis in Context; Ten Years Later, They Meet Again; Judgment; (4) How Can Intelligence Analysts Employ Critical Thinking?; (5) How Can Intelligence Analysts be Taught to Think Critically?; (6) How Does Critical Thinking Transform?; (7) What Other Points of View Exist?;

Author: David Powner
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: cybersecurity, responsibilities, congressional, testimony, address, needs, infrastructure, protection, dhs, critical
Number of Pages: 19
Published: 2009-03-01
ISBN-10: 1437910076
ISBN-13: 9781437910070

Recent cyber attacks demonstrate the potentially devastating impact these pose to our nationżs computer systems and to the fed. operations and critical infrastructures that they support. They also highlight that we need to be vigilant against individuals and groups with malicious intent, such as criminals, terrorists, and nation-states perpetuating these attacks. The Dept. of Homeland Security (DHS) is the focal point for coordinating cybersecurity, including responsibility for protecting systems that support critical infrastructures, a practice commonly referred to as cyber critical infrastr

Author: Gene Aloise (au)
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: critical, federal, response, shortage, delayed, supply, management, isotopes, weaknesses, doe’s, managing, helium
Number of Pages: 29
ISBN-10: 1437986714
ISBN-13: 9781437986716

Author: David A. Powner
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: efforts, planning, protect, federal, assets, cyber, agency, strengthen, protection, infrastructure, omb, leadership, needed, critical
Number of Pages: 55
Published: 2010-03
ISBN-10: 1437925596
ISBN-13: 9781437925593

Because the nation's critical infrastructure relies on info. tech. systems and data, the security of those assets is critical to ensuring national security and public safety. In 2003, the Pres. directed federal agencies to: (1) develop plans for the protection of their computer-related critical infrastructure assets; and (2) submit them for approval to the Office of Mgmt. and Budget (OMB) by 7/31/04. To do this, OMB issued guidance with 19 criteria deemed essential for effective cyber critical infrastructure protection planning that must be included in the plans. This report determined: (1) th

Author: Robert F. Dacey
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: security, fully, addressed, satellite, commercial, infrastructure, protection, critical
Number of Pages: 54
Published: 2003-02
ISBN-10: 0756731437
ISBN-13: 9780756731434

Because the Fed. gov't. relies on commercial satellites (CS), security threats leading to their disruption or loss would put gov't. functions (incl. communications & info. transmission) at significant risk. The GAO was asked to review, among other things, the techniques used by Fed. agencies to reduce the risk assoc. with using CS, as well as efforts to improve satellite system security undertaken as part of Fed. efforts in critical infrastructure protection. GAO recommends that steps be taken to promote the appropriate development & implementation of policy regarding the security of CS system

Author: Robert F. Dacey
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: approach, protecting, information, systems, comprehensive, coordinated, infrastructure, protection, federal, efforts, critical
Number of Pages: 82
Published: 2003-02
ISBN-10: 075673200X
ISBN-13: 9780756732004

The explosion in computer interconnectivity, while providing great benefits, also poses enormous risks. Terrorists or hostile foreign states could launch computer-based attacks on critical systems to severely damage or disrupt national defense or other critical operations. This report identifies the Fed. org. that have national roles for critical infrastructures protection (CIP) from computer-based attacks & to determine their relationships. The report recommends that when developing the strategy to guide Fed. CIP efforts, senior executive branch officials ensure that, among other things, it i

Author: David A. Powner
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: challenges, fulfilling, cybersecurity, responsibilities, faces, security, infrastructure, protection, department, homeland, critical
Number of Pages: 75
Published: 2005-09-01
ISBN-10: 142230101X
ISBN-13: 9781422301012

Increasing computer interconnectivity has revolutionized the way that the world communicates & conducts bus. While the benefits have been enormous, this widespread interconnectivity also poses significant risks to our nation's computer systems &, more importantly, to the critical operations & infrastructures they support. The Dept. of Homeland Security (DHS) is the focal point for coordinating activities to protect the computer systems that support our nation's critical infrastructures. This report determines: (1) DHS's roles & responsibilities for cyber critical infrastructure protection, (2)
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