Sunday, May 19, 2019

Cyber-Physical Security (Volume-3)

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This book focuses on the vulnerabilities of state and local services to cyber-threats and suggests possible protective action that might be taken against such threats. Cyber-threats to U.S. critical infrastructure are of growing concern to policymakers, managers and consumers. Information and communications technology (ICT) is ubiquitous and many ICT devices and other components are interdependent; therefore, disruption of one component may have a negative, cascading effect on others. Cyber-attacks might include denial of service, theft or manipulation of data. Damage to critical infrastructure through a cyber-based attack could have a significant impact on the national security, the economy, and the livelihood and safety of many individual citizens. Traditionally cyber security has generally been viewed as being focused on higher level threats such as those against the internet or the Federal government. Little attention has been paid to cyber-security at the state and local level. However, these governmental units play a critical role in providing services to local residents and consequently are highly vulnerable to cyber-threats. The failure of these services, such as waste water collection and water supply, transportation, public safety, utility services, and communication services, would pose a great threat to the public. Featuring contributions from leading experts in the field, this volume is intended for state and local government officials and managers, state and Federal officials, academics, and public policy specialists.

1. Protecting Critical Infrastructure at the State, Provincial, and Local Level: Issues in Cyber-Physical Security
2. Cybersecurity Terminology and Frameworks
4. Cyber Perimeters for Critical Infrastructures
5. A Security Evaluation of a Municipal Computer Network: The Case of Collaboration Between the City of Pittsburgh and Carnegie Mellon University
6. Cyber Risks in the Marine Transportation System
7. Creating a Cyber Security Culture for Your Water/Waste Water Utility
8. The Community Cyber Security Maturity Model
9. Fighting Cybercrime: A Joint Effort
10. Cyber Security Challenges: The Israeli Water Sector Example
11. Efforts to Get People Involved in Cyber-Physical Security: Case Studies of Australia and Singapore
12. Cyber Security, Trust-Building, and Trust-Management: As Tools for Multi-agency Cooperation Within the Functions Vital to Society
13. An Analysis of the Nature of Spam as Cybercrime
14. Securing the Automotive Critical Infrastructure

Author Details
"Robert M. Clark "

"Simon Hakim"

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