“Cybersecurity” has become the latest term used to describe the efforts to secure the systems and networks that compose “cyberspace”. Though typically used in the media to describe commercial systems connected to the public Internet, “cyberspace” also encompasses those military and government systems that are interconnected in global networks, both public and private. Thus, cybersecurity is typically thought of as it is defined by the National Institute of Standards and technology (NIST), “the ability to protect or defend the use of cyberspace from” attacks” targeting an enterprise’s use of cyberspace, for the purpose of disrupting, disabling, destroying, or maliciously controlling a computing environment/infrastructure; or destroying the integrity of the data or stealing controlled information.” This focuses security efforts on the systems and networks making up cyberspace, as well as the data contained within them. This tends to be a more technical focus than overall “information assurance”. Cybersecurity is primarily focused on preventing and/or defending against attacks to the current environment and active data.