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BRT Cybersecurity Recommendations Jan 2013

BRT Cybersecurity Recommendations Jan 2013

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Cybersecurity threats from nation states and other well-funded, highly motivated actors present risks that neither the public nor the private sector can unilaterally address. Formidable criminals are systematically stealing intellectual property through cyber theft. Even more dangerous adversaries are developing tools and capabilities to disrupt critical services that support the world’s economy, security and public safety. Shared threats of this magnitude require unprecedented levels of public-private collaboration to successfully defend against them.
Cybersecurity threats from nation states and other well-funded, highly motivated actors present risks that neither the public nor the private sector can unilaterally address. Formidable criminals are systematically stealing intellectual property through cyber theft. Even more dangerous adversaries are developing tools and capabilities to disrupt critical services that support the world’s economy, security and public safety. Shared threats of this magnitude require unprecedented levels of public-private collaboration to successfully defend against them.

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Published by: Business Roundtable on Feb 26, 2013
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More Intelligent, More EffectiveCybersecurity Protection
January 2013
 
Business Roundtable (BRT) is an association of chief executive officers of leading U.S. companies withmore than $7.3 trillion in annual revenues and nearly 16 million employees. BRT member companiescomprise nearly a third of the total value of the U.S. stock market and invest more than $150 billionannually in research and development — equal to 61 percent of U.S. private R&D spending. Ourcompanies pay $182 billion in dividends to shareholders and generate nearly $500 billion in salesfor small and medium-sized businesses annually. BRT companies give more than $9 billion a year incombined charitable contributions.Copyright © 2013 by Business Roundtable
 
More Intelligent, More EffectiveCybersecurity Protection
Business Roundtable | January 2013

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