Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology [website]
Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology
From the webpage: "The Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology [ICIT] acts as a conduit between the private sector, federal agencies, and legislative community. We facilitate a powerful platform of programs and initiatives that support the exchange of ideas and provide a forum for our members to engage in the open, non-political discourse needed to effectively support and protect our country's critical infrastructures. ICIT understands that through generative and focused dialogue, private sector companies will be better able to provide the technologies needed by government and industry leaders responsible for building, managing and securing vital sectors of our economy such as healthcare, finance, energy, and defense."
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    Infrastructure Security

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