Critical Infrastructure Protection

  Posted on: Wednesday, March 25, 2020
Protecting U.S. Energy Grid and Nuclear Weapons Systems
Homeland Security News Wire

To deter attempts to disable U.S. electrical utilities and to defend U.S. nuclear weapon systems from evolving technological threats, Sandia researchers have begun two multiyear initiatives to strengthen U.S. responses.



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