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It would be interesting to learn more about risk assessments and mitigation techniques, especially as it relates to the "whole-of-community" approach to flood resilience, which includes both physical infrastructure and social capital.
As mentioned, there are many challenges to address in mass transit security. As security in DC has been enhanced over the last week, is the answer more K-9 resources? It seems that even the tightest of security won't be able to detect explosives in a backpack or chemical agents without the use of K-9 resources. But what are the drawbacks to this approach? Practical? Financial?
What tools and resources have you found helpful for vulnerability assessments and continuity plans?
What do you consider to be today's most pervasive threat to our Nation's critical infrastructure? Why and what are your suggestions on how to address the issue?
Which critical infrastructure sector is in the most dire need of improvement? Why and what are your suggestions on how to address the issue?
The National Conversation on the National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility (NBAF) leveraged your ideas on training and professional development, innovative incentives for research products to become commercially available, and coordination of operations among all relevant stakeholders in the bio/agro community. Now is your chance to submit these and other ideas in an NBAF prize competition! The NBAF Think and Do Challenge ...more »
Because cyber physical systems threats are diverse across vast enterprises, how can large cascade failures in cyber physical systems be stopped with fallback, recovery, and alternative service (graceful degradation)?
What are some of the most critical tools (technological and operational) that emergency managers need to make their jobs more routine and risk-informed?
Technology, new capabilities, impact, and status all play a role in building resilient electric grids. What are challenges facing each?