the neo-infrastructure

Just so people do not think I hold a narrow view on what defines infrastructure. Here is a paper just presented at the fifth Workshop on the Economics of Information Security at Cambridge Univ*:
Costs to the U.S. Economy of Information Infrastructure Failures: Estimates from Field Studies and Economic Data by Dynes, Andrijcic and Johnson
* Gleaned from Bruce Schnieder and his Wired News column.


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