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Cyberattacks to critical infrastructure threaten our safety and well-being

By Jason Jaskolka, Assistant Professor, Systems and Computer Engineering, Carleton University
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What would happen if you could no longer use the technological systems that you rely on every day? I’m not talking about your smart phone or laptop computer, but all those systems many of us often take for granted and don’t think about.

What if you could not turn on the lights or power your refrigerator? What if you could not get through to emergency services when you dial 911? What if you could not access your bank account, get safe drinking water or even flush your toilet?

According to Canada’s National…

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