Critical Infrastructure Protection Metrics and Tools; Why Do Networks Cascade? [June 5-7, 2008] [video]
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This video is of Ted Lewis' presentation for the Critical Infrastructure Protection: Metrics and Tools workshop; the presentation is titled: Why Do Networks Cascade? "Key topics of the conference included (1) Metrics: a discussion of how risk, consequence and vulnerability should be defined and measured and (2) tools: descriptions of implementations of various methodologies in the form of procedures, software applications, and case studies that a practitioner could directly apply to the problem of risk assessment of critical infrastructure."
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