The Department of Homeland Security has selected Johns Hopkins University to lead a group that will study preparedness and response to “high consequence” events and disasters. The Center for the Study of High Consequence Event Preparedness will focus on areas such as deterrence, prevention, preparedness and response to high-impact incidents such as hurricanes or terrorist attacks. Among the issues the group will review are infrastructure security, network performance, risk assessment and decision-making, according to a DHS statement. Full Story
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