cybersecurity, competitiveness, government, policy, defense, security, united states
Cybersecurity is inseparably connected to the future international competitiveness of the United States and must play a more significant role in both governmental and private spheres of American society. To increase the strength of U.S. cybersecurity and defend against future attacks, the government should devote more resources to providing cybersecurity tools and information to the public, promoting the implementation of secure forms of communication and purchasing, as well as researching and developing both offensive and defensive cyber tools. By focusing efforts on these three key areas, the U.S. government can better prepare for future cyberattacks and minimize risk to both public and private entities.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Gray, Tai, "Cybersecurity and the Future International Competitiveness of the United States" (2015). All Student Publications. 220.
Class Project or Paper
Family, Home, and Social Sciences
Poli 470 - International Relations Capstone
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