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Securing a Country’s Crucial Networks

All nations rely on an extraordinarily large network of facilities, systems, information, people and processes to function, and it only continues to grow. The term ‘critical national infrastructure’ traditionally referred to sectors such as defense, emergency services, national utilities, telecommunications and food production – but technological advances have meant that a much greater portion of IT infrastructure has become ‘critical’. In short, successful cyber-attacks against any government agency can have disruptive and dangerous effects on our daily lives.
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