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Learning Resources for Chapter 15

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Department of Defense Cyberspace Policy Report: A Report to Congress Pursuant to the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2011, Section 934. Retrieved from

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Ibarra, H., & Hansen, M. T. (2011). Are You a Collaborative Leader?. Harvard Business Review, 89(7/8), 68-74.

Robert M. Gates, Memorandum for Secretary of State: Options for Remodeling Security Sector Assistance Authorities, OSD 13826-09, December 15, 2009. (accessed December 20, 2011)

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Stanton, T. H. (2008). Defending Cyberspace: Protecting Individuals, Government Agencies and Private Companies Against Persistent Evolving Threats. Retrieved from

Stanton, T. H. (2011, August 21). Interagency collaboration can maximize tight budgets. Retrieved from

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