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CNAPCentre National des Arts Plastiques (French: National Visual Arts Center; est. 1982)
CNAPCybersecurity National Action Plan (Presidential initiative)
CNAPCisco Networking Academy Program
CNAPConsejo Nacional para el Cumplimiento de los Acuerdos de Paz (Spanish: National Council for the Compliance with Peace Agreements; Guatemala)
CNAPCentre for Novel Agricultural Products (Department of Biology; University of York; UK)
CNAPColorado Natural Areas Program (est. 1977)
CNAPCommander, Naval Air Forces Pacific
CNAPCalling Name Presentation
CNAPCarbon Nanotube Acceleration Project (Carbon Nanotechnologies, Inc.; Houston, TX)
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The Obama administration submitted a budget of nearly $20 billion for the Cybersecurity National Action Plan (CNAP) in 2016.
The role was created by President Obama as part of his Cybersecurity National Action Plan. The White House CISO is charged with maintaining the security of the White House's internal networks and communications.
Clinton has said she would expand cybersecurity investment and encourage collaboration between the public and private sectors, and would expand on the Cybersecurity National Action Plan announced by President Barack Obama in February.
In particular, this funding will support the Cybersecurity National Action Plan, which takes near-term actions and puts in place a long-term strategy to enhance cybersecurity awareness and protections, protect privacy, maintain public safety as well as economic and national security, and empower Americans to take better control of their digital security.
Since the cutoff date, the administration announced the Cybersecurity National Action Plan in February, which directed the federal government to take actions to increase cybersecurity.