Danger: Infrastructure Under Attack / Science of Better: Crunching the Numbers (Podcast)
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In an age when advances in technology are threatened by attackers who would hack and disable that technology, the United States and other governments are focusing more and more resources on protecting their infrastructure. Professors at the Naval Postgraduate School are conducting extensive research into protecting the U.S. transportation, communications, and energy systems. Hear David Alderson explain what his colleagues are pioneering – and why the controversy about the best way to protect the infrastructure is more contentious than ever.
The podcast was published on Operations Research: the Science of Better, at http://www.scienceofbetter.org/podcast/alderson.htmlCID Director David Alderson talks about pioneering work at the Naval Postgraduate School and why the controversy about the best way to protect critical infrastructure is as contentious as ever.
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Donnelly, Timothy S. (Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 2012-03);What constitutes an effective Critical Infrastructure and Key Resources (CIKR) protection program for Massachusetts This study evaluates existing literature regarding CIKR to extrapolate an infrastructure protection role ...
Carrillo, Camilo (Monterey, California: Naval Postgraduate School, 2017-12);Cyberattacks against critical infrastructure are not merely theoretical. Nations and private enterprises have come to understand that critical infrastructure can be attacked via cyberspace with serious repercussions. ...
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