CACI International Inc., the U.S. Naval Institute and the Center for Security Policy released the report titled, “Cyber Threats to National Security: Keeping the Nation’s Industrial Base Safe From Cyber Threats.” The report includes recommendations from the fifth Asymmetric Threat symposium.
The Cyber Threats symposium gave shape to the report and featured keynote speakers such as Ambassador John R. Bolton, James S. Gilmore, III and Frances Townsend. Among the panelists were expert leaders from the government, industry and academia exploring topics from industry to Capital Hill.
The report notes that the economy and technological advances are interconnected where success demands a strategy including agility, adaptive national security policy, flexible legislation with defined government roles and authorities. National security should be in balance with personal privacy, according to the report.
CACI President and CEO Paul Cofoni said, “CACI recognizes the importance of safeguarding cyberspace to support America’s national security, and we are developing a robust cyber solutions practice to meet the critical needs of our government customers. With our support for the Asymmetric Threat symposium series, we also continue our commitment to developing the thought leadership our nation requires to counter national and global cyber threats at every level.”