Natural Disasters & Terrorism & Critical Infrastructure, Oh My

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Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Quick post in reference to this story:  "Chemical plant struck by Harvey now likely to explode."

I'll be damned if I didn't spend my first week in the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) explaining to Office of Infrastructure Protection "experts" that natural disasters can pose a greater risk to most critical infrastructure than terrorism might over the long term, and that we should consider both risks while working on infrastructure security and resilience.

Some things need to be said.  Part of why I'm Keeping My Damn Voice.


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