Trustworthy Cyberspace: Strategic Plan for the Federal Cybersecurity Research and Development Program   [open pdf - 795KB]

"This strategic plan describes and prioritizes several research themes worthy of further inquiry, and end-states and capabilities that must be achieved in order to fundamentally improve cyberspace. The Plan does not focus on specific technical problems and challenges, e.g., developing better firewalls or more secure operating systems. Rather, by articulating desired end-states and capabilities, the themes reveal important underlying causes of cybersecurity vulnerabilities. By defining the end-states, rather than the paths to get there, the themes invite a diversity of approaches and encourage innovation across disciplines and sectors. Of course, along the way to achieving these larger solutions, many perennial problems and technical challenges will have to be solved."

Publisher:National Science and Technology Council (U.S.)
United States. Executive Office of the President
Copyright:Public Domain
Media Type:application/pdf
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Listed on December 28, 2011 [Critical Releases]
Listed on General U.S. Policy Documents [Policy & Strategy]