Executive Order Critical Infrastructure Protection in the Information Age. Signed: October 16, ; Federal Register page and date: 66 FR Executive Order of November 9, (“Presidential Task Force on Executive Order of October 16, (“Critical Infrastructure. Title. E.O Document. E.O Description. Critical Infrastructure Protection in the Information Age. Last Modified. Oct 18,
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Executive Order is revoked. The protection program authorized by this order shall consist of continuous efforts to secure information systems for critical infrastructure, including 12331 preparedness communications, and the physical assets that support such systems.
A further danger involves the ease with which terrorists can communicate with one another without being detected. To achieve this policy, there shall be a senior executive branch board to coordinate and have cognizance of Federal efforts and programs that relate to protection of information systems and involve:. In presenting this order, 1231 government recognizes that terrorists are committed to discovering new ways of attacking their enemies, and recognizes that terrorist organizations have dedicated themselves towards enhancing their ability to bring down the information infrastructure of the United States.
Modern Language Association http: The Secretary of Defense and the Director of Central Intelligence DCI shall have responsibility to oversee, develop, and ensure implementation of policies, principles, 1231, and guidelines for the security of information systems that support the operations under their respective control. Executive Orders are directives issued by the President of the United States.
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Cost-effective security shall be built into and made an integral part of government information systems, especially those critical systems that support the national security and other essential government programs.
Heads of such departments and agencies shall ensure the development and, within available appropriations, funding of programs that adequately address these mission areas. 13321
October 18, Source: The Executive Order tasked the board with recommending policies and coordinating programs for protecting critical infrastructure protection CIP -related information systems.
Office of the Federal Register Date: Attacks launched over communications wires and computer networks can become manifest in numerous forms and with a large array of possible outcomes. Home Politics Energy government and defense magazines Executive Order Whereas in the past, secret documents were locked behind sealed and guarded doors, the nature of today’s reliance on technology means that with enough motivation and the proper knowledge, criminals and terrorists can sometimes gain access to information at the highest levels of government and the defense community.
The Executive Order established ten standing committees to support the board’s work on a wide range of critical information. The information age has made it extremely difficult, or even impossible, to create any physical barriers between the government and the outside world. In the wake of the attacks of September 11,the United States government began to reassess all aspects of its national security including the potential threat to the nation’s informational infrastructure posed by cyberterrorism.
Ball, Kirstie and Webster, Frank. The Assistant to the President for Homeland Security, in coordination with the Assistant to the President eoo National Security Affairs, shall be responsible for defining the responsibilities of the Board in coordinating efforts to protect physical assets that support information systems. Critical Infrastructure Protection in the Information Age.
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It formally establishes as U. By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, and in order to ensure protection of information systems for critical infrastructure, including emergency preparedness communications, and the physical assets that support such systems, in the information age, it is hereby ordered as follows:. Responding to this new reality required a coordinated response by the government and on October 16,President Bush issued Executive Order to protect the United States in the modern age of communications and technological reliance.
Additionally, security should enable, and not unnecessarily impede, department and agency business operations. The primary action taken in light of this order was the creation of the President’s Critical Infrastructure Protection Board, whose job it is to offer the recommendations for policies to protect the nation’s critical systems from attack, and to provide an emergency plan for responding to such an attack. Sign In Don’t have an account?
Print this article Print all entries for this topic Cite this article. One famous case of this type of use of the directive occurred during the course of World War II —when President Franklin Roosevelt issued an Executive Order to intern American citizens of Japanese ancestry. The Board’s wide ambit includes outreach to the private sector and state and local governments, information sharing, incident coordination and crisis response, recruitment of Executive Branch security professionals, coordination of research and development, law enforcement coordination, and international cooperation.
The heads of executive branch departments and agencies are responsible and accountable for providing and maintaining adequate levels of security for information systems, including emergency preparedness communications systems, for programs under their control. Carry out those functions relating to protection of and recovery from attacks against information systems for critical infrastructure, including emergency preparedness communications, that were assigned to the Office of Homeland Security by Executive Order of October 8, The Office of Homeland Security.
Executive Order ; EO Author: While this order by no means introduced the notion of the vulnerability of the nation’s infrastructure in light of its reliance on technology, it used the attacks as a reason to strengthen defenses already in place.
According to EOthe board’s responsibilities were to recommend policies and coordinate programs for protecting information systems for critical infrastructuresincluding emergency preparedness communications and the physical assets that support such systems. The Intensification Of Surveillance: George Walker In this function, the Board shall work in coordination with the National Science Foundationthe Defense Advanced Research Projects Agencyand with other departments and agencies, as appropriate.
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With the world’s increasing reliance on technology in all aspects of daily life, the threat posed by terrorists to use technology to interrupt the flow of information around the globe has grown more serious.
Public Domain Retrieved From: Federal Register October 18,v. Coordinate with the Director of the Office of Science and Technology Policy OSTP on a program of Federal Government research and development for protection of information systems for critical infrastructure, including emergency preparedness communications, and the physical assets that support such systems, and ensure coordination of government activities in this field with corporations, universities, Federally funded research centers, and national laboratories.
It recognizes the important role that networked information systems critical information infrastructure play in supporting all aspects of our civil society and economy, and the increasing degree to which other critical infrastructure sectors have become dependent on such systems.