Comprehensive U.S. Cyber Framework: Key Aspects of Critical Infrastructure, Private Sector, and Personally Identifiable Information
Project AdvisorDavis, Danny W.
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his project is a product of the Class of 2019 Bush School of Government and Public Service,Texas A&M University Capstone Program. The project lasted one academic year and involved eight second-year master students. It intends to synthesize and provide clarity in the realm of issues pertaining to U.S. Internet Protocol Space by demonstrating natural partnerships and recommendations for existing cyber incident response. The project was produced at the request of PointStream Inc., a private cybersecurity contractor. This capstone team analyzed existing frameworks for cyber incident response for PointStream, Inc. in order to propose a comprehensive and efficient plan for U.S. cybersecurity, critical infrastructure, and private sector stakeholders.
DepartmentPublic Service and Administration
Easter, Tiffany; Eaton, Adam; Ewing, Haley; Green, Trey; Griffin, Chris; Lewis, Chandler; Milligan, Kristina; Weinman, Keri (2019). Comprehensive U.S. Cyber Framework: Key Aspects of Critical Infrastructure, Private Sector, and Personally Identifiable Information. Available electronically from
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