Thursday, February 11, 2010

Cyber ShockWave to Test Government Readiness

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The Bipartisan Policy Center plans to host a simulated cyber attack on the United States, reports Nextgov. The goal of Cyber ShockWave is to demonstrate how the government would respond in the event of a large-scale attack on the nation's computer systems and networks.

According to Computerworld, a group of former administration and national security officials will play the roles of Cabinet members. None of the participants will have advance information about the attack. They will be expected to advise the president on the attacks, as well as craft a response to them.


4 days and counting until the next "attack"...

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