Table 22. Related Resources: Congressional/Government
Name Source Notes
Congressional Cybersecurity Caucus
Led by Representatives Jim Langevin.,
and Mike McCaul.
Provides statistics, news on congressional cyberspace actions,
and links to other informational websites.
Cybersecurity and Trustworthiness Projects and Reports
Computer Science and
Telecommunications Board, National
Academy of Sciences
A list of independent and informed reports on cybersecurity
and public policy.
Cybersecurity, at: http://www.whitehouse.gov/cybersecurity White House National Security
Links to White House policy statements, key documents,
videos, and blog posts.
Office of Cybersecurity and Communications (CS&C)
U.S. Department of Homeland Security As the sector-specific agency for the communications and
information technology (IT) sectors, CS&C coordinates
national level reporting that is consistent with the National
Response Framework (NRF).
U.S. Cyber Command
U.S. Department of Defense Links to press releases, fact sheets, speeches, announcements,
U.S. Cyber-Consequences Unit
U.S. Cyber-Consequences Unit (USCCU)
U.S.-CCU, a non-profit 501c(3) research institute, provides
assessments of the strategic and economic consequences of
possible cyber-attacks and cyber-assisted physical attacks. It
also investigates the likelihood of such attacks and examines
the cost-effectiveness of possible counter-measures.