September 2018 — National Security Archive
Washington D.C., September 19, 2018 – The National Security Archive’s Cyber Vault today presents a new resource for the cybersecurity community, journalists, students, and the general public – a detailed glossary of terms.
The cybersecurity field features a profusion of issues and concepts that complicates the work of advanced practitioners and discourages those without technical training. The Cyber Vault has collected and organized hundreds of terms from a variety of government sources in one place to facilitate the public’s navigation of the terrain. Each entry is identified with a source – often more than one.
The Cyber Glossary will have regular updates from agencies such as DHS, DOD, and the NSA. We look forward to your feedback and further suggestions.
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