Oregon’s Regional Alliance for Infrastructure and Network Security (RAINS) is planning an August 20 launch for an automated response system linking local emergency workers with organizations involved with homeland security. It will be one of the first automated secure links in the nation. RAINS executives will demonstrate this first production version of RAINS-NET to Portland city officials and then publicly announce that the link has “gone live”. A RAINS spokesperson refused further comment. At the first Oregon Security Summit held in March in Portland, executives said this early stage deployment of RAINS-NET would distribute incident alert information from the Portland 911 center to local federal agencies, state and local government, key businesses, Portland schools and first responder organizations. Full Story
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