Definition Edit

The DIME principle refers to applying all elements of national power — Diplomatic, Information, Military and Economic — to U.S. foreign policy goals.

Overview Edit

"The fact that the nation's elements of power, diplomacy, information, military and the economy (DIME) are significantly dependent on information systems connected to the global internet leaves them increasingly vulnerable to threats from not only adversaries, but non-state and criminal elements as well."[1]

References Edit

  1. USCYBERCOM and Cyber Security: Is a Comprehensive Strategy Possible?, at 1.

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