Homeland Security and Critical Infrastructure Protection

Homeland Security and Critical Infrastructure Protection Looking at our current vulnerabilities protection plans and security gaps Homeland Security and Critical Infrastructure Protection offers a compelling and compellingly complete review of the variou

  • Title: Homeland Security and Critical Infrastructure Protection
  • Author: Pamela Collins Ryan K. Baggett
  • ISBN: 9780313351471
  • Page: 478
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Looking at our current vulnerabilities, protection plans, and security gaps, Homeland Security and Critical Infrastructure Protection offers a compelling and compellingly complete review of the various systems in place now and of our options for the future if we wish to keep our vital resources safe from terrorist attack.Critical infrastructures covered include agriculLooking at our current vulnerabilities, protection plans, and security gaps, Homeland Security and Critical Infrastructure Protection offers a compelling and compellingly complete review of the various systems in place now and of our options for the future if we wish to keep our vital resources safe from terrorist attack.Critical infrastructures covered include agriculture and food, banking and finance, water, energy, telecommunications, and transportation Protection of these resources is one of the primary concerns of homeland security generally and of the Department of Homeland Security specifically Methods of protection include standard security systems and measures, plus intelligence, information sharing, buffer zones, continuity planning, and public private partnerships Here, the authors focus on the most serious threats facing specific infrastructure components, analyzing how we have been protecting them and making recommendations for what we need to do to guarantee our future safety.

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    1. You know, this is a reference booktually, it's a college book. Good material, but I don't know that I would recommend it for straight reading. But hey, I got an A in the class so,.

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