Critical Infrastructure Protection

  Posted on: Thursday, October 17, 2019
Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience - Today and Tomorrow
SecurityMagazine,com, by: Diane Ritchey, October 1, 2019
“Today, as we evolve from a post-9/11 anti-terrorism mission, we are focused on new threats, including threats to our critical infrastructure, to soft targets in crowded places, as well as nation state threats to our key cyber systems and election infrastructure. We are very mindful of the more traditional threats, but we are also very aware of emerging threats. As our nation’s risk advisors, we must analyze what is coming next and understand the risks associated with new threats,” says Brian Harrell.

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