I think I smell the next bubble....
*Rushes out to get cheap MSc in IT Security*
Germany today launched its new cyberdefence facility in Bonn, dedicated to defending the country's critical infrastructure, including its electricity and water supply. The facility is believed to be the first of its kind in Europe. The Cyber-Abwehrzentrum in Bonn is located in a securely fenced office block of the Federal …
...they can protect that infrastructure is if they try to hack it, probe for vulnerabilities and then report back what they found to the private industry owners.
Will they be forthcoming if those hack attempts actually prompt a disaster and own up to the responsibility?
This be bad medicine.
Why would you invest millions in (for example) securing your nuclear reactor site/other critical infrastructure, have armed security, bio-identity checks on entry, and then put the reactor controls where they can be accessed by script kiddies on the internet.
I mean why ffs?
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