The purpose of the The American Infrastructure Guardian is to advance the conversation on critical infrastructure protection by providing an academic forum to share ideas.
To contribute to this important national discussion, the InfraGard National Board of Directors the INMA board of directors will soon be seeking submissions for the next edition of the publication. More information and the call for papers (CFP) will follow soon.
The INMA board of directors sincerely thanks the authors for submitting their work and contributing to the national discussion and work of protecting our nation’s critical infrastructure.
Disclaimer: The opinions expressed in the The American Infrastructure Guardian and its predecessor, the InfraGard Journal, are those of the author(s) and not of InfraGard National Members Alliance or the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
Winter 2020 - Issue 3, Volume 1
Critical Infrastructure & the Emerging Market for Domestic Terrorism
Drone Emergency Response: A Planning System for Critical Infrastructure
Deception, Lies, and Manipulation in Cyberspace: Critical Thinking as a Cognitive Hacking Countermeasure
Dr. Cecile S Jackson
Cyber-Security Vulnerabilities: Domestic Lessons from Attacks on Foreign Critical Infrastructure
Dr. Petter Lovaas
Volume 2, Spring 2019
Information Governance – The Foundation for Information Security
Weaponized Letter and Package Attacks Against Public and Private Sector Targets: Key Takeaways for Security Practitioners
The Anti-Vaxxers Movement and National Security
Mark Jarrett and Christine Sublett
The State of Medical Device Cybersecurity
Vidya Murthy and Mike Kijewsk
Volume 1, Fall 2018
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