Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technologies

National Security Depends on the Utilization of the MGT Act

by James Scott, Sr. Fellow, ICIT Nearly three-quarters of the $80 billion annually spent on federal IT systems is allocated towards the upkeep and maintenance of outdated and vulnerable legacy systems. The majority of these systems predate the Internet, many were “Frankensteined “together ad hoc from technologies that are now older than those tasked with .. read more

Brief: Keeping Smart Cities Smart – Preempting Emerging Cyber Attacks in U.S. Cities

The Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology, working closely with IOActive and other Fellows, has published its latest legislative briefing titled “Keeping Smart Cities Smart: Preempting Emerging Cyber Attacks in U.S. Cities“.   As more and more U.S. cities adopt ‘smart’ technologies,  America finds its urban centers  increasingly at risk for cyber-attacks which could bring entire .. read more