From the thesis abstract: "Government and private sector cyber experts have been tackling challenges in the cyber domain for the past twelve years. An evolving concept is clearly starting to take shape, but is hindered by an unsynchronized focus and a failure to integrate this potential from both an offensive and defensive perspective. To truly realize the potential of the cyber domain, the U.S. must develop more robust strategies which can evolve at the speed of technology, policies, and laws which can be feasibly implemented, and an integrated structure led by a single organization charged with providing clear vision and focus. In short, in order for the U.S. to be successful in the cyber domain of the future, it must put forth effort, resources and vision similar to those of air, land and sea domains."
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