Cybercriminals have already figured out how to hack into enterprise infrastructure, and the critical infrastructure that controls our nation's supply of water, gas, oil and electricity just might be next. Similar to pre-9/11, we know bad things can happen but we are not doing enough about it. Each day brings media attention to yet another breach, but it seems we are unable to make headway on the security front. But what we should be most concerned about is that our two infrastructures -- the private/commercial/enterprise infrastructure and the critical/industrial/utility infrastructure -- are interconnected in many ways, and security weaknesses within either therefore put both at risk.
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