The pervasiveness of the nation-state adversarial threat to the cybersecurity of every entity – and the challenges in mitigating such a threat with the limited resources of any single entity – drives concerned organizations to collaborate in partnerships that blend their strengths and resources toward a shared mission of improved security and safety for the partners and the public. This document defines how private-public partnerships (PPPs) can serve as a construct to drive these community-based and market-based approaches to strengthen cybersecurity. This document is intended for action-oriented leaders in any sector or role who seeks to see tangible process on protecting against cyber threats.
Special Publication 6001: Enabling Private-Public Partnerships (PPPs) for Information Sharing
Enabling Private-Public Partnerships (PPPs) for Information Sharing
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