Critical Infrastructure Protection

  Posted on: Monday, June 20, 2022
How Vulnerable to Attack Is U.S. Mass Transit and Passenger Rail?
Homeland Security Today - Anthony Citarella And Mitchell E. Simmons Ph.D.
You board a subway car on what appears to be a common Tuesday morning rush hour heading into the city. It’s a subway, and you are not thinking about how it’s part of the Transportation Systems Sector – part of our nation’s critical infrastructure as defined by a U.S. Presidential Policy Directive.

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