Advisory Note: Managing Risks to Critical Infrastructure - 70819

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Threats to critical National technical infrastructure such as Finance, Energy, Telecommunications and Government are a result of human nature, although difficult to treat in the abstract, technical controls can be applied to prevent, detect and resist attempts to subvert...

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Aug 16, 2013

Advisory Note: Managing Risks to Critical Infrastructure - 70819

Threats to critical National technical infrastructure such as Finance, Energy, Telecommunications and Government are a result of human nature, although difficult to treat in the abstract, technical controls can be applied to prevent, detect and resist attempts to subvert...

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