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Publication Date: 2005
Publisher: DIANE Publishing Company
Chertoff, Michael, Marburger, John H., III
Report by the Exec. Office of the Pres., Office of Science & Tech. Policy, & the The Dept. of Homeland Security. This plan is the first annual version of the R&D development roadmap for critical infrastructure protection, required by Homeland Security Pres. Directive 7: Critical Infrastructure Identification, Prioritization, & Protection. This R&D plan is national in scope & integrates cyber, physical & human elements. It is an important first step in focusing the science & technical resources needed to protect the vital lifelines of the Nation. Developing relationships across Fed. agencies & disciplines is critical to protecting our infrastructure. Focuses on the identification of capabilities, needs & gaps based on known threats. Illustrations.Chertoff, Michael is the author of 'National Plan for Research and Development in Support of Critical Infrastructure Protection', published 2005 under ISBN 9781422302033 and ISBN 1422302032.
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