In response to my post Black Hat DC 2009 Wrap Up, Day 1, a commenter shared a link to a Fairfax Chamber of Commerce briefing by Boeing on the Comprehensive National Cybersecurity Initiative (CNCI) that I last mentioned in FCW on Comprehensive National Cybersecurity Initiative. I've extracted a few slides below to highlight several points.
The first slide I share shows abbreviated definitions for Computer Network Defense, Computer Network Exploitation, and Computer Network Attack. These mirror what I cited in China Cyberwar, or Not? in late 2007.
The second slide supports what I said in my Predicitons for 2008 post: Expect greater military involvement in defending private sector networks. Notice DNI and DoJ are said to be "authorized to conduct domestic intrusion detection," and DNI and DoD are allowed "involvement with domestic networks."
The three phased approach is displayed next. Note mentions of deployment of sensors, counter-intrusion plans, and deterrence.
Finally, this slide lists the seven "emphasis areas" for the new program.
Thanks to the anonymous commenter for directing me to this public link.
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