Critical Infrastructure Protection

  Posted on: Wednesday, July 12, 2017
Communication in times of crisis
Homeland Security News Wire

Researchers are experimenting with technologies designed to empower the civilian population in times of crisis. They aim to establish basic communications and means to share information, thus facilitating human cooperation and mutual aid even following wide-spread power and Internet outages.


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Critical Infrastructure Protection:
10/14/17   DHS And Partners Convene First Election Infrastructure Coordinating Council
7/12/17   Communication in times of crisis
7/10/17   A floating tunnel could withstand an explosion
7/7/17   Maintaining the safety of California’s natural gas system
7/7/17   Russian hackers likely behind cyberattacks on U.S. nuclear operators: Experts
6/13/17   Stuxnet, the sequel: Dangerous malware aims to disrupt industrial control systems
5/11/17   Helping power utilities and others better plan for the future
5/10/17   Solar power to reduce national security risks in the U.S. power grid
5/9/17   Quickly detecting structural problems in bridges, dams
5/9/17   Upgrading the U.S. grid
4/20/17   2017 Cyber Defense Competition tests infrastructure vulnerability
4/10/17   Hackers activate Dallas’s emergency sirens system
4/10/17   Urgent action needed to bolster cybersecurity for critical infrastructure
4/3/17   U.K. airports, nuclear power stations on terror alert following “credible” threat
2/24/17   Cybersecurity of the power grid: A growing challenge
2/24/17   Cybersecurity of the power grid: A growing challenge
2/14/17   Protecting bulk power Systems from hackers
2/6/17   Insider Threats Pose Risk to Airports; TSA Also 'Long Overdue for Overhaul’
1/27/17   Why artificial intelligence could be key to future-proofing the grid
1/25/17   A look at border security, fencing as Trump announces wall
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