Presidential Directive

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Noun1.Presidential Directive - a directive issued by the President of the United States; usually addressed to all heads of departments and agencies
directive - a pronouncement encouraging or banning some activity; "the boss loves to send us directives"
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The first national-level cybersecurity policy was in the Presidential Decision Directive 63 signed by President Clinton in 1998.
responses to crises abroad rather than relying on case by case ad hoc responses, the Clinton Administration issued the May 1997 Presidential Decision Directive (PDD) 56.
The DON CIP initiative was established shortly after the 1998 Presidential Decision Directive 63 called for identifying and protecting critical infrastructures.
Several years ago a friend, Matt Donlon, and I co-founded the volunteer Presidential Decision Directive 63-inspired effort called the Cybercop Portal.
In response, Presidential Decision Directive 63 (PDD 63, May 1998) called for a range of actions to improve the nation's ability to detect and respond to serious infrastructure attacks.
In 1998, Presidential Decision Directive 63 (PDD-63) designated the water sector as one of eight critical infrastructure sectors because an attack on any one of them could significantly harm the health and economic well-being of U.
Presidential Decision Directive 63 on Critical Infrastructure Protection in 1998 described critical infrastructure as "those physical and cyber-based information systems essential to the minimum operations of the economy and government.
Presidential Decision Directive 63 directed the Federal Aviation Administration to develop and implement a Comprehensive National Airspace System Security Program to protect the modernized National Airspace System (NAS) from information-based and other disruptions and attacks.
President Bill Clinton strengthened source-country interdiction programs in 1993 with the issuance of Presidential Decision Directive 14, shifting the emphasis away from transit zones in Central America and the Caribbean and toward the Andean source countries.
In 1995, Presidential Decision Directive (PDD) 39, U.
The work of the Department of the Treasury in supporting the goals of Presidential Decision Directive 63 is a good step in helping the financial sector to address new forms of operations risk.
org, was drafted in response to a May 1998 Presidential Decision Directive.

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