Critical Infrastructure Protection

  Posted on: Thursday, July 4, 2019
4 steps to critical infrastructure protection readiness
SearchSecurity.techtarget.com, By: Ernie Hayden, June 2019
CIKR owners and operators must be aware of their responsibilities in terms of critical infrastructure protection from physical and cyberattacks. The following four key recommendations can guide resource owners to better protect their critical assets.

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