Ha Ha Ha!
The well-groomed brownshirt and his bungling arse-kissing sidekick, sitting at the terminal, doing EX-ER-CI-SES.
The European Union and the US on Thursday conducted their first ever cyber security exercises designed to coordinate responses to attacks on critical infrastructure. Security experts from the US and 27 EU member states were involved in the drill, which simulated crises affecting national security. In the first scenario, a …
but wouldn't it be cheaper to just sling up an ultra-secured-at-hardware-level fibre optic network, utterly separate from the Internet, for the purposes of controlling and monitoring massively sensitive equipment?
Control of things like power stations etc should never, NEVER, be put outside a tightly-controlled group of people in a few, very specific bits of the world anyway- so there's no need to have (say) WiFi access. Or access from home.
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