RSA – New Zealand’s lessons learned in Cyber Storm II

[IDG] Sponsored by the US DHS, Cyber Storm II gathered together about 2,500 people from NZ, Australia, Canada, the UK and the US to play out several cyber attack scenariosEarlier this month, New Zealand completed its second Cyber Storm. Sponsored by the US Department of Homeland Security Cyber Storm II gathered together about 2,500 people from New Zealand, Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom and the US to play out several cyber attack scenarios in which critical parts of the infrastructure were disabled by computer threats.Although the results of Cyber Storm II are not expected to be made public until August, some of the participants shared their thoughts on the experience at the RSA Conference in San Francisco this week.Paul McKitrick, manager of New Zealand’s Centre for Critical Infrastructure Protection sat down with IDG News at the conference to talk about Cyber Storm II. Following is an edited transcript of the interview.
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