Summary of the 2018 Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience Stakeholder Workshop [open pdf - 363KB]
From the Key Takeaways: "At the National Science and Technology Council (NSTC) 2018 Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience (CISR) Stakeholder Workshop, held on February 28, 2018, in Washington, D.C., Federal, state, private, and academic stakeholders shared research needs, breakthroughs, and observations about emerging threats and challenges to the security and resilience of the Nation's critical infrastructure. Key takeaways include:  Computational models, sensor networks, big data, and self-healing systems are promising approaches to solving CISR challenges;  Techniques and technologies developed for one sector or system may be successfully adapted into others; and  Research and development (R&D) into the dynamics of interdependent systems and into human and social factors in critical infrastructure systems are of particular interest."
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National Science and Technology Council (NSTC) 2018 Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience (CISR) Stakeholder Workshop. Washington, District of Columbia. February 28, 2018