CIPB

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CIPBCitizens for Independent Public Broadcasting
CIPBCritical Infrastructure Protection Board (NIPC)
CIPBComputer-Integriertes Private Banking
CIPBChina International Poster Biennial
CIPBCanadian Initiative for the Prevention of Bullying
CIPBConsolidated Installation Property Book (US Army)
CIPBCertificado Internacional de Protección del Buque
CIPBClose International Private Banking
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High-profile experts who also took centre stage at the conference included the conference chairman Roger Cressey, who has served as chief of staff of the Critical Infrastructure Protection Board for both President Bill Clinton and President George W Bush.
"Al Qaeda spent more time mapping our vulnerabilities in cyberspace than we previously thought," confirmed Roger Cressey, the chief of staff of the White House critical infrastructure protection board, in an interview with the Washington Post last year.
As part of the government's Homeland Defense strategy, President Bush's Critical Infrastructure Protection Board began work last year on the National Strategy to Secure Cyberspace.
Despite efforts by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to develop information security technologies, vulnerabilities remain, said Richard Clarke, special advisor to the president for cyberspace security and chairman of the president's Critical Infrastructure Protection Board.
The President's Critical Infrastructure Protection Board released a draft version of the National Strategy to Secure Cyberspace in September 2002 for public comment.
EDS recently submitted to the President's Critical Infrastructure Protection Board its review of the draft report of the National Strategy to Secure Cyberspace.
The government's concern over the possibility of debilitating attacks led to the creation of the President's Critical Infrastructure Protection Board (CIPB) in October 2001.
The draft National Strategy to Secure Cyberspace (www.securecyberspace.gov) was released in September by the President's Critical Infrastructure Protection Board, led by White House Special Advisor for Cyber Security Richard Clarke.
Tiffany Olson, the deputy chief of staff on the president's Critical Infrastructure Protection Board (CIPB), explains that the plan is divided into five levels: home users and small businesses; major enterprises; sectors of national information infrastructure (including local, state, and federal government); national level institutions and policies (including groups that oversee the mechanics of the Internet itself); and global.
Boehlert told the group that on Capitol Hill and at the White House that "everything is secondary to homeland security, with cyber security and border protection paramount." The new Department of Homeland Security bill coming out of Congress calls for the establishment of an Under Secretary for Science and Technology to focus on this critical side of national protection, and Howard Schmidt, vice chair of the President's Critical Infrastructure Protection Board, told JED that the area of homeland security will rely heavily on the talents and capabilities available in the EW and IW communities.
The President's Critical Infrastructure Protection Board released the first draft of its report, "A National Strategy to Secure Cyberspace."
The President's Critical Infrastructure Protection Board was created last October to ensure protection of information systems for critical infrastructure, including emergency preparedness communications, and the physical assets that support such systems.
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