(December, 2008) — The CSIS Commission on Cyber Security for the 44th Presidency was established in August 2007 to examine existing plans and strategies and to assess what a new administration should continue, what it should change, and what new policies it should adopt and what new authorities it should seek from Congress.
The report lays out a series of recommendations for a comprehensive approach. You can learn more about the effort by visiting the Cyber Security Commission project page at the Center for Strategic & International Studies website.
John M. Gilligan was a member of the commission.
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