Part 1 of this series described a range of natural and man-caused threats to the electric grid and communications infrastructure. Here we begin our discussion of preparatory steps and strategies for your enterprise or community in the event of a protracted crisis of this type.
Monthly Archives: November 2017
Communications in a Grid-Down Scenario
Part 1: The Threat
On those days when life disappoints by its boring predictability, one can always spice things up by clicking over to ZeroHedge. Most recently, we saw a warning about the suspicious convergence of the much ballyhooed November 4 “Antifa Apocalypse” with a DoD training exercise simulating a collapse of the national electric grid due to a solar storm.
Random attacks. Distributed threats. What’s the answer?
Regarding the recent attack at Inner Harbor (see the video here http://baltimore.cbslocal.com/2017/10/30/teen-attack-inner-harbor/) I decided to dissect some of the comments surrounding the incident.