21 Mar, 2024
Defense Industrial Base Cybersecurity Strategy, 2024
United States. Department of Defense
From the document: "The Department of Defense's (DoD) Defense Industrial Base (DIB) Cybersecurity Strategy is an actionable framework for sustaining a more resilient Joint Force and defense ecosystem-one that prevails within and through one of today's most contested domains: cyberspace. [...] The DoD DIB Cybersecurity Strategy serves as the Department's strategic plan to enhance the cybersecurity and cyber resiliency of the DIB through an overarching vision and mission covering Fiscal Year (FY) 2024 through FY 2027. The Strategy outlines a set of four goals and their respective objectives that are aligned with interagency efforts and were developed by DoD stakeholders in coordination with the DIB to achieve a secure and resilient DIB information environment which promotes industry competitiveness, innovation, and sustainable growth. The Strategy supports the present and future needs of our Armed Forces and collaboration with the interagency and other key players in the cyberspace domain. The Strategy nests under the '2022 National Defense Strategy' (NDS), the '2023 National Cybersecurity Strategy,' and the '2023 DoD Cyber Strategy' and alongside the '2024 DoD National Defense Industrial Strategy' (NDIS) and the National Institute of Standards & Technology (NIST) Cybersecurity Framework (CSF)."
  • URL
  • Publisher
    United States. Department of Defense
  • Date
    21 Mar, 2024
  • Copyright
    Public Domain
  • Retrieved From
    U.S. Department of Defense: www.defense.gov/
  • Format
  • Media Type
  • Subjects
    Cyberspace operations (Military science)
    Cyberspace--Security measures
  • Resource Group
    Critical Releases
  • List
    Nation-State Cyber Actors and Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) Activities

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