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Centre for the Protection of National Infrastructure
« on: February 03, 2007, 06:46:09 PM »
Those of you who know me well will be aware of my affection for the website of the United Kingdom's "National Infrastructure Security Co-ordination Centre", a valuable resource for information on protecting your infrastructure and timely advice on the latest nasties to threaten our beloved machines. Alas, NISCC is no more!  :(

The good news is that, like so many other organisations, NISCC has been re-branded. This august body has merged with a part of MI5 (the UK's Security Service) and is now the "Centre for the Protection of National Infrastructure". As far as I can ascertain some of the good information that was previously available through NISCC's website is also available through the CPNI's website at although you may need to search for it.

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