5 edition of Final report. found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. 131-133.
|Statement||[Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development] Manpower and Social Affairs Directorate, Social Affairs Division|
|Publishers||[Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development] Manpower and Social Affairs Directorate, Social Affairs Division|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 89 p. :|
|Number of Pages||99|
|2||International seminars 1963-2|
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The 16 chapters in the Main Report provide topline conclusions and recommendations. In this environment, the United States must defend forward to Final report. malign adversary behavior below the level of armed attack, deter conflict, and, if necessary, prevail employing the full spectrum of its capabilities. Unlike in other physical domains, in cyberspace the government is often not the primary actor.
New risk analysis, if necessary, based on new information and on study progress• The United States and others have agreed to norms of responsible behavior for cyberspace, but they go largely unenforced.
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On the other, the imperative to respect patents on health technologies could, in certain instances, create Final report. to the public health objectives and the right to health. government must explore legislation, regulation, executive action, and public-as well as private-sector investments.
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Summary of anticipated and unanticipated adverse effects• Marketing Application or Future Plans• National resilience efforts rely on the ability of both the United States public and private sectors to accurately identify, assess, and mitigate risk across all elements of critical infrastructure.