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CVE

(Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures) A list of information security exposures and vulnerabilities sponsored by US-CERT and maintained by the MITRE Corporation. The CVE mission is to provide standard names for all publicly known security exposures as well as standard definitions for security terms. The CVE can be searched online using the National Vulnerability Database (NVD) at http://nvd.nist.gov or downloaded in several formats from MITRE Corporation at www.cve.mitre.org/cve. See National Vulnerability Database.
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Officials discussed strategies needed for effective implementation of CT and CVE policies and emphasised the importance of multilateral platforms such as the United Nations and the Global Counter Terrorism Forum, GCTF, in the execution of such efforts.
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Different states use different strategies in their CVE programmes which range from engagement to winning hearts and minds of the people.
Wheelock: CVE is the use of non-coercive means to dissuade individuals or groups from mobilizing towards violence and to mitigate recruitment, support, facilitation, and engagement in ideologically motivated terrorism by non-state actors in furtherance of political objectives.
Incorporating mental health into CVE holds significant potential in enhancing prevention and intervention capacities.
The SIP's three objectives involve (1) enhancing federal community engagement efforts related to CVE, (2) developing greater government and law enforcement expertise for preventing violent extremism, and (3) countering violent extremist propaganda.
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CVE supports acquisition teams through procurement coaching, free market research, awareness briefings and awards for noteworthy achievements.
CVE is administered by the Tank-automotive and Armaments Life Cycle Management Command (TACOM LCMC) in Warren, Michigan.
Dun & Bradstreet has given CVE dismal ratings for ``financial stress'' and creditworthiness.
CVE is a dictionary of standard names for publicly known information technology (IT) system vulnerabilities that is widely supported in the public and private sectors.