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Recall: What is Infrastructure? Go to Google, Wikipedia right now! Clinton & Bush Admins plus Congress Fragmented Historical Development Presidential Decision Directive 63 (PDD 63) , 1998 Executive Order 13228, 2001 USA PATRIOT Act, 2001 Homeland Security Act National Strategy for Homeland Security, 2002 National Strategy for Physical Infrastructure Protection, 2003 Homeland Security Presidential Directive (HSPD-7), 2003
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E.O. 13010 (7.15.96) What is “Critical?” “certain national infrastructures are so vital that their incapacity or destruction would have a debilitating impact on the defense or economic security of the U.S.” EO 13010’s provisional list of Critical Infrastructures: telecommunications; electrical power systems; gas & oil storage & transportation; banking and finance; transportation; water supply systems; emergency services (e.g., medical, police, fire, & rescue) & continuity of government.
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Which assets of a critical infrastructure need protection? Not all elements of a critical infrastructure are critical. There are number of ways the government can prioritize. First, not all elements of a critical infrastructure are critical. Additional study will be necessary to identify those elements that are the most critical. Other approaches include focusing on vulnerabilities that cut across more than one infrastructure, interdependencies where the attack on one infrastructure can have adverse effects on others, geographic locations where a number of critical infrastructure assets may be located, or focusing on those infrastructure belonging solely to the federal government or on which the federal government depends.
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Class activity, one bonus point Which bridge is more critical? Compare Woodrow Wilson Bridge (I-95), DC with Chesapeake Bay Bridge, MD. Answer the questions of the form . Map: use Google Maps to locate the two bridges Read the links about the two bridges http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Woodrow_Wilson_Bridge http://www.roadstothefuture.com/Woodrow_Wilson_Bridge.html http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chesapeake_Bay_Bridge http://www.mdta.state.md.us/mdta/servlet/dispatchServlet?url=/TollFac
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Categories of Terrorist Groups Separatist Ethnocentric Nationalistic Revolutionary Political Religious Social
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Separatist Goal - separate themselves from other entities EX: independence, political autonomy, religious freedom or domination Ideologies - social justice or equity, anti- imperialism, resistance to conquest or occupation by foreign powers Canada, Quebec
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Ethnocentric Race viewed as a defining characteristic Racial similarity provides societal
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This note was uploaded on 03/31/2008 for the course SRA 211 taught by Professor Luyong during the Spring '08 term at Pennsylvania State University, University Park.

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