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1 © 2003 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. CIAG-HLS-10.24.03 Security For Infrastructure Protection: Public-Private Partnerships KEN WATSON 15 OCT 2004 email@example.com
222 © 2003 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. CIAG-HLS-10.24.03 Infrastructure Examples Infrastructure Examples Water Transportation Oil & Gas Banking & Finance Electric Power Emergency Services Government Services Telecommunications Many Infrastructures Exist – All Different
333 © 2003 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. CIAG-HLS-10.24.03 Why Public-Private Partnerships are Needed Infrastructures… Benefit the “informatization” of society Depend on commercial networks Are interdependent Are largely owned and operated by private companies Obtain most innovative approaches from the private sector Government needs industry in a true public-private partnership
444 © 2003 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. CIAG-HLS-10.24.03 Effective Security Requires Technology, Process and People – Both IT Users and Producers Life- Cycle © 2003, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 47942_04_2003_c1
555 © 2003 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. CIAG-HLS-10.24.03 Current Industry Actions Deploy existing security products and services Develop new security products and services Integrate security technology and functionality into all applications and devices Develop technical and operational security best practices and voluntary standards Continue to improve secure design, implementation, testing, certification, and deployment methodology Exchange information with government on voluntary best practices
666 © 2003 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. CIAG-HLS-10.24.03 Cross-Sector Collaboration Voluntary participation by leaders from government, industry and academia Coordinates cross- sector initiatives and compliments public- private efforts Board of Directors composed of critical infrastructure “sector coordinators” http://www.pcis.org
777 © 2003 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. CIAG-HLS-10.24.03 National Cybersecurity Partnership Organized to implement public-private National Cybersecurity Strategy Five task forces, following Strategy Home/Small Business Awareness Early Warning Software Development Life Cycle Corporate Governance Technical Standards and Common Criteria www.cyberpartnership.org
888 © 2003 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. CIAG-HLS-10.24.03 National Cyber Security Alliance Public service site for home/small business users “Top ten” tips, tutorials, self- test, links DHS choice for cyber security awareness messaging to homes/small businesses Board: AOL BellSouth Cisco Systems Microsoft Network Associates RSA Security Symantec www.staysafeonline.info
999 © 2003 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. CIAG-HLS-10.24.03 ISAC Council “The mission of the Information Sharing and Analysis Centers Council (ISAC Council) is to advance the physical and cyber security of the critical infrastructures of North America by establishing and maintaining a framework for valuable interaction between and among the ISACs and with government.” Chemical Industry ISAC Electricity Sector ISAC Energy ISAC Financial Services ISAC Health Care ISAC Information Technology – ISAC National Coordinating Center for Telecommunications ISAC Public Transit ISAC Surface Transportation ISAC Trucking ISAC Water ISAC www.isaccouncil.org
10 © 2003 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. CIAG-HLS-10.24.03 Government Actions Information Sharing Convene meetings of experts Sponsor information sharing workshops Promote higher education improvements University “Center of Excellence” program Computer forensics Increase public and corporate awareness Talk about benefits Sponsor meetings Interviews, articles Voluntary global industry- developed standards, metrics, and best practices Sponsor public-private research into long-term computer science issues Local law enforcement Law enforcement cooperation International information sharing, like this exchange
11 © 2003 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. CIAG-HLS-10.24.03 Summary Network-based management increases productivity and benefits society Private sector working on security, innovation, and forward- looking solutions Government helps by education, awareness, voluntary best practices research, use of voluntary best practices in own systems, and law enforcement The Internet is Global, and exchanges like this are important and helpful
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June 9, 2003 Updated July 2004 Slide 1 Critical Infrastructure Assurance: The US Experience.
Critical Infrastructure Protection Critical Infrastructure Protection Private Sector Programs April 7, 2005 Rod Nydam, JD, GMU Law School Private Sector.
A Global Approach to Protecting the Global Critical Infrastructure Dr. Stephen D. Bryen.
The Role of The ISACs in Critical Infrastructure Protection and Resiliency Denise Anderson Vice Chair-National Council of ISACs Vice President FS-ISAC,
InfraGard A Government and Private Sector Alliance Information sharing begins with human relationships – people talking with people whom they trust. Information.
US-CERT National Cyber Security Division/ U.S. Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT) Overview Lawrence Hale Deputy Director, US-CERT.
NIS Directive and NIS Platform
Bill Newhouse Program Lead National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education Cybersecurity R&D Coordination National Institute of Standards and Technology.
Resiliency Rules: 7 Steps for Critical Infrastructure Protection.
Partnership for Critical Infrastructure Security PCIS Mission: The mission of the Partnership for Critical Infrastructure Security (PCIS) is to coordinate.
What is “national security”? No longer defined only by threat of arms It really is the economy Infrastructure not controlled by the government.
SECR 5140-FL Critical Infrastructure Protection Dr. Barry S. Hess Spring 2 Semester Week 3: 1 April 2006.
EECS 710: Information Security and Assurance Assignment #3 Brent Frye 10/13/
Kenneth Watson Partnership for Critical Infrastructure Security Partnership for Critical Infrastructure Security.
WORKSHOP ON THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A NATIONAL COMPETITIVENESS AND PRODUCTIVITY COUNCIL FOR SAINT LUCIA Presentation by Laura del Castillo Saviñón, Technical.
Homeland Security, First Edition © 2012 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. Overview of National Infrastructure Protection CHAPTER 3.
The National Cyber Security Alliance Martha J. Lockwood, CAE, APR Executive Director EDUCAUSE Live! October 6, 2004.
Jerry Cochran Principal Security Strategist Trustworthy Computing Group Microsoft Corporation.
Information Assurance and Higher Education Clifton Poole National Defense University Carl Landwehr National Science Foundation Tiffany Olson Jones Symantec.
Presentation of projects’ ideas. 1. Madrid Network “A public-private network which aim is to contibute actively to position Madrid Region in the top.
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