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Department of Defense Strategy for Operating in Cyberspace (July 14, 2011) (full-text).
DoD is particularly concerned with three areas of potential adversarial activity: theft or exploitation of data; disruption or denial of access or service that affects the availability of networks, information, or network-enabled resources; and destructive action including corruption, manipulation, or direct activity that threatens to destroy or degrade networks or connected systems.
This strategy does not specifically target cybercrime threats — though it notes that "[t]he tools and techniques developed by cyber criminals are increasing in sophistication at an incredible rate" — and instead addresses cybersecurity on the whole.
The documents sets forth five strategic initiatives:
- Strategic Initiative 1: DoD will treat cyberspace as an operational domain to organize, train, and equip so that DoD can take full advantage of cyberspace’s potential.
- Strategic Initiative 2: DoD will employ new defense operating concepts to protect DoD networks and systems.
- Strategic Initiative 3: DoD will partner with other U.S. government departments and agencies and the private sector to enable a whole-of-government cybersecurity strategy.
- Strategic Initiative 4: DoD will build robust relationships with U.S. allies and international partners to strengthen collective cybersecurity.
- Strategic Initiative 5: DoD will leverage the nation’s ingenuity through an exceptional cyber workforce and rapid technological innovation.
- ↑ Id. at 3.