The July Workshop on Protecting and Assuring Critical National Infrastructure focused on three specific areas: international and legal issues relating to the control of network misuse and government roles for securing the infrastructure; economic factors, including market responses to the threat and to protection measures; and directions for future tools research in forensics, modeling, and simulation that will enhance understanding of system robustness, vulnerabilities, and security. In addition to this agenda, the Workshop addressed the nature of public-private partnerships that could serve to coordinate the separate infrastructure protection efforts of each.
Center for Global Security Research
Soo Hoo, Kevin J.; Malpass, Kenneth B.; Harrington, Kevin . . .