It has always been a dilemma - how to protect the nation's critical infrastructure when more than 80% of it is privately owned. Further complicating that scenario - the vast majority of that infrastructure is physically scattered across the U.S. countryside in ways which make it impossible to provide around the clock security. But, drawing on recent efforts in the law enforcement community to use geospatial analysis to anticipate trouble spots and then appropriately allocate resources, it looks like the infrastructure community is beginning to develop a plan with real promise. More below:
(Government Security News, October 28, 2013)
Comment: Great to see this concept getting attention. I truly hope adoption spreads quickly!
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