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Resiliency and recovery after a cyber-attack
How quickly and completely can we get to normal after an attack?
"In late 2017 three hurricanes wreaked havoc on the U.S. mainland and territories. Our social media and news feeds were flooded with headlines and snippets about three million U.S. citizens in Puerto Rico who had been sent to the middle ages overnight, and would remain there for months until the island’s power grid could be restored. Still six months after Hurricane Maria’s landfall, over 50% of the island, affecting some two million citizens, was without reliable power; and as of this writing, no end was in sight for full restoration.
Politics and sensationalism aside, at least two facts are known. FEMA responded to all of these natural disasters; and said responses were hampered by lack of available and working infrastructure. Note that the hurricane(s) here is the instigators or cause; but the aftermath toil is weather independent, purely a function of the recovery’s success."
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