[cin] Critical Infrastructure Networking

Terry Davis <terry.davis@ijetonboard.com> Mon, 11 June 2012 02:16 UTC

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All of us working in Critical Infrastructure and High Security Networking have many times wished we had better tools to create secure zones/networks and still be able to fully utilize the power and availability of products built on the Internet standards.

Hopefully this list will let us discuss ways to create highly secure zones or networks that can minimize these evolving threats.

Take care

Terry L Davis, P.E.  |  Chief Scientist |  iJet Onboard
o. 206.805.6263  c. 425-503-5511

PS: At the bottom is a clip of an email I sent to some of my associates.  These are the types of threats that our critical infrastructure and high security network must be able to resist.

Subject: Unleashing the Dogs of Cyberwar? Interesting article on US use of cyber weapons


This is link to the IEEE Spectrum journal.

Also ear the bottom is a reference to Shodan.  It has been under discussion in critical infrastructure for some time and given its capabilities we could have some real problems with it.

Take care

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