The "Blueprint for a Secure Cyber Future" builds on the Department of Homeland Security Quadrennial Homeland Security Review Report’s strategic framework by providing a clear path to create a safe, secure, and resilient cyber environment for the homeland security enterprise.
This document is the testimony presented before the House Homeland Security Committee, Subcommittee on Counterterrorism and Intelligence on December 6 2011, by Brian Michael Jenkins of the RAND Corporation.
Using open-source literature, the Authors - James A. Lewis and Katrina Timlin - reviewed policies and organizations in 133 states to determine how they are organized to deal with cybersecurity, whether they have a military command or doctrine for cyber activities, and whether they have or plan to acquire offensive cyber capabilities.
The "EU Internal Security Strategy in Action", adopted in November 2010, outlined priorities for the EU to focus on for the coming four years.
The vision offered by the UK Government in this new Cyber Security Strategy is in 2015 to derive huge economic and social value from a vibrant, resilient and secure cyberspace, where actions, guided by core values of liberty, fairness, transparency and the rule of law, enhance prosperity, national security and a strong society.