Realizing the promise of public-private partnerships in U.S. critical infrastructure protection

@article{Givens2013RealizingTP,
  title={Realizing the promise of public-private partnerships in U.S. critical infrastructure protection},
  author={Austen D. Givens and Nathan E. Busch},
  journal={IJCIP},
  year={2013},
  volume={6},
  pages={39-50}
}
To date, much attention has focused on the advantages of public-private partnerships for critical infrastructure protection in the United States. These include reducing the duplication of effort, enhancing cross-sector communication, increasing efficiency, and ultimately achieving the protection objectives better than government or business acting independently. The benefits suggest that public-private partnerships will be a significant and enduring part of critical infrastructure protection… CONTINUE READING
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