Assessing the Risk of Catastrophic Cyber Attack: Lessons from the Electromagnetic Pulse Commission

@inproceedings{Frankel2015AssessingTR,
  title={Assessing the Risk of Catastrophic Cyber Attack: Lessons from the Electromagnetic Pulse Commission},
  author={Michael J. Frankel and James Scouras and Antonio De Simone},
  year={2015}
}
Abstract : Reflecting on the similarities between cyber and electromagnetic pulse (EMP) attacks, the authors of this Note believe that the approach the EMP Commission used to assess the likelihood and consequences of EMP attacks could provide useful lessons for analysts grappling with the analogous assessment of cyber attacks. To draw such lessons, we need to describe the EMP Commission mandate, describe its approach to addressing that mandate, assess the achievements realized in employing that… 

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Michael Frankel is a senior scientist at Penn State University's Applied Research Laboratory

  • Michael Frankel is a senior scientist at Penn State University's Applied Research Laboratory