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SITREP | COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF CYBER-SECURITY STRATEGIES : U.S., EUROPEAN UNION AND JAPAN
This article analyzes various countries' cyber security strategies by focusing on public-private partnership which is one of the common grounds of the strategies. Especially, it focuses on how each country establishes institutional framework of the partnership related to infra-protection. The subject of analysis is limited to U. S. A, European Union and Japan.
The current cyber security policy of the US is based on Comprehensive National Cybersecurity Initiative (hereafter, CNCI) implemented by Bush administration on January 8th, 2008. Additionally, Obama administration which started in January 2009, put cyber security policy at the top of its agenda and presented (Cyberspace Policy Review (hereafter, CRP) in the same year. Currently, various cyber security policy of the US is based on the CRP. CRP suggests 10 short-term tasks and 14 mid-term tasks and also presents the establishment of effective information sharing and emergency response system as short-term projects. This project, followed by National Cyber Incident Response Plan (hereafter, NCIRP) presented by the Department of Homeland Security in September, 2010, paved way for the establishment of public-private information cooperation system. NCIRP, focusing on the development of response mechanism for 'critical cyber infringement accident', is aimed for the establishment of strategic framework such as the role and responsibility of organization, action plan, countermeasures and recovery plan to response cyber infringement accident.
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