RE: [ISN] Digital Destruction Was Worst Imaginable

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Date: Thu Mar 07 2002 - 23:44:27 PST

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    Forwarded from: "Huggins, Michael" <mhhugginsat_private>
    Cc: Art Fierro <afierroat_private>
    I for one know where my local Infragard outreach coordinator was, he
    was contacting members within minutes of the attack and kept us up to
    date with everything that was going on.
    Negativism of this sort is based on a lack of knowledge, become
    involved and you will see that the government was active in helping
    identify issues, clarify what was really happening and educating the
    membership and non members.
    I can back this up with 370 members of our local infrastructure group.  
    Very respectfully 
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    From: InfoSec News [mailto:isnat_private] 
    Sent: Thursday, March 07, 2002 2:27 AM
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    Subject: RE: [ISN] Digital Destruction Was Worst Imaginable 
    Forwarded from: Rob Rosenberger <junkmailat_private>
      >>For several tense hours on Sept. 11, the nation was deaf,
      >>dumb and blind due to the "absolutely massive" loss of
      >>communications infrastructure resulting from the collapse
      >>of the World Trade Center, a senior government official
    Once again, I ask the all-important philosophical question.  Where was FBI
    NIPC when we needed them to protect the critical infrastructures as dictated
    by their presidential decree?
    Answer: they were too busy hunting for Osama bin Virus.
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