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The Cybersecurity of “Smart” Infrastructure Systems

Alison Post, Associate Professor, Department of Political Science and Global Metropolitan Studies, UC Berkeley
Karen Frick, Associate Professor, College for Environmental Design, UC Berkeley
Marti Hearst, Professor, School of Information, UC Berkeley
Kenichi Soga, Chancellor's Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering, UC Berkeley
Tim Marple, PhD Student, Department of Political Science, UC Berkeley
Urban infrastructure such as water and sanitation systems, subways, power grids, and flood defense systems are crucial for social and economic life yet are vulnerable to natural hazards that could disrupt services, such as earthquakes or floods. New sensor systems can potentially provide early warnings of problems, and thus help...

The Cybersecurity of “Smart Infrastructure”

Alison Post, Associate Professor, Department of Political Science and Global Metropolitan Studies, UC Berkeley
Karen Trapenberg Frick, Associate Professor, College for Environmental Design, UC Berkeley
Kenichi Soga, Chancellor's Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering, UC Berkeley
Marti Hearst, Professor, School of Information, UC Berkeley
Urban infrastructure, such as water and sanitation systems, subways, power grids, and flood defense systems, are crucial for social and economic life, yet are vulnerable to natural hazards that could disrupt services, such as earthquakes or floods. New sensor systems can potentially provide early warnings of problems, and thus help...

Cybersecurity for Urban Infrastructure

Alison Post, Associate Professor, Department of Political Science and Global Metropolitan Studies, UC Berkeley
The cybersecurity of urban infrastructure systems—including water and transit systems– is crucial, given their fundamental importance for everyday life. Yet there is little research on the cybersecurity of such systems, and what research exists tends not to incorporate social-scientific approaches to understanding human cognition and behavior, and especially perceptions and...
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