Establish budgets to meet all cyber security needs

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the government must establish international law in cyberspace. Establish budgets to meet all cyber security needs. While tackling this problem with cyber security, there’s no protection factor automation neither is there one in sight, government agency are striving to acquire a standard body of rules to tackle this problem in cyberspace. Companies will need to continue to maintain their Acceptable use policies. Users must also take the organization security policies seriously. It is critical to understand the continuously potential of manipulation if a CISOs can shut down the network protocol it wouldn’t be a huge problem for the hacker. The biggest challenge while securing the network all stakeholder must know the Acceptable use policy, and also the disaster recovery plan must be available at all times.
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CYBER SECURITY 15 Reference Alberts, David S.; Garstka, John J.; Stein, Frederick P. “Network Centric Warfare: Developing     and Leveraging Information Superiority” (Feb. 2000) FBI “Federal Bureau of Investigation” (fbi.gov) para.4 Sep 14,2011 Paganini, Pierluigi  “New Attack against SCDA, Old Vulnerability Very Old Issues” (Jan. 2013)  Weiss, Joseph “Cyber Security of Industrial Control Systems- What Does It Means to National Secuurity? (Oct. 2012) SolarWinds “Marketwired” Austin TX (March 26,2014) para.3 Bauer, Johannes M.; Van Eeten, Michael J.G “Cybersecurity: Stakeholder incentives, externalities and policy option” (2009 Olstik, Jon “Network Nuggets and security Snipp” (Dec. 9) Orgeron, Craig P. “2014 Deloitte-Nascio Cybersecurity Study State government at risk: Time to Move forward” Mississippi   Cybersecurity Skills Shortage Panic in 2015? | Network World. (n.d.). Retrieved from
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CYBER SECURITY 17 Reference
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CYBER SECURITY 18 Alberts, David S.; Garstka, John J.; Stein, Frederick P. “Network Centric Warfare: Developing     and Leveraging Information Superiority” (Feb. 2000) FBI “Federal Bureau of Investigation” (fbi.gov) para.4 Sep 14,2011 Paganini, Pierluigi  “New Attack against SCDA, Old Vulnerability Very Old Issues” (Jan. 2013)  Weiss, Joseph “Cyber Security of Industrial Control Systems- What Does It Means to National Secuurity? (Oct. 2012) SolarWinds “Marketwired” Austin TX (March 26,2014) para.3 Bauer, Johannes M.; Van Eeten, Michael J.G “Cybersecurity: Stakeholder incentives, externalities and policy option” (2009 Olstik, Jon “Network Nuggets and security Snipp” (Dec. 9) Orgeron, Craig P. “2014 Deloitte-Nascio Cybersecurity Study State government at risk: Time to Move forward” Mississippi   Cybersecurity Skills Shortage Panic in 2015? | Network World. (n.d.). Retrieved from ortage-panic-in-2015.html
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