Seeking to Develop Exercises That Test Response Capabilities to Any Threat & Add Value

Conducting an exercise can be a very useful tool for testing policies, procedures and actions of institutions for dealing with a perceived threat scenario. It offers the advantage of providing an idea of what would really happen if the worst was to happen without doing any real damage. It can provide answers to questions without […]

Complexity or Not?

At Digital Bond’s website, Mike Toecker makes a case for complex control systems in that complexity often brings efficiency and performance with it. While efficiency and performance are certainly noble goals, they’re not the only ones. If you’re in Critical Infrastructure, there is another goal that gets a higher priority than either of these two […]

2016 Spring Flooding and Potential Impacts

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security, National Protection and Programs Directorate, Office of Cyber and Infrastructure Analysis (OCIA) provided an overview of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) 2016 Spring Flooding Outlook and examines the potential impacts to U.S. critical infrastructure. This product is an update to the April 21, 2015, OCIA Spring Flooding […]