Cybersecurity and homeland security
Cybersecurity and homeland security / Lin V. Choi, editor.
New York : Nova Science Publishers, Inc., 2005.
viii, 138 p. ; 22 cm.
- Other contributors
Choi, Lin V.
Fischer, Eric A.
United States. Congress. House. Select Committee on Homeland Security. Subcommittee on Cybersecurity, Science, and Research and Development.
"Novinka"--Spine and cover.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Creating a national framework for cybersecurity: an analysis of issues and options / Eric A. Fischer
- Cybersecurity for the homeland / United States House of Representatives Select Committee on Homeland Security.
Cybersecurity refers to three things: measures to protect information technology; the information it contains, processes, and transmits, and associated physical and virtual elements (which together comprise cyberspace); the degree of protection resulting from application of those measures; and the associated field of professional endeavor. Virtually any element of cyberspace can be at risk, and the degree of interconnection of those elements can make it difficult to determine the extent of the cybersecurity framework that is needed. Identifying the major weaknesses in U.S. cybersecurity is an area of some controversy; the defense against attacks on computer systems and associated infrastructure has appeared to be generally fragmented and varying widely in effectiveness.
- Subject headings
Computer security--United States.
Computer networks--Security measures--United States.
National security--United States.