Critical Infrastructure Protection

  Posted on: Thursday, June 4, 2020
Fixing a critical vulnerability in our critical infrastructure, by: Reggie Brothers, May 29, 2020
It is rare that a government report offers a realistic, near-term solution to a pressing, long-standing, black swan problem. It is rarer still that such a report recommends relying on the market rather than advocating a solution that costs billions of dollars and takes many years to deploy. But that is exactly what the Department of Homeland Security has done in addressing the risks of Global Positioning System disruption that would impair our critical infrastructure.

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