(CLOSED) Session 3, Technology Transitions & Public Safety Workshop: Cyber Risks to Commercial, Public and Governmental Networks During and After the Transition

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Session 3 Overview: This session examined the challenges that cyber exploits pose for public safety communications and operations. Session participants were presented with various scenarios positing different types of cyber exploits that could disrupt emergency communications and operations in an all-IP environment.

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  1. Anthony G Bryant 2123 Courtland Avenue Charleston South Carolina 29403 843-722-7432

    I support the new posture of the FCC regarding making the 911 services more user friendly to citizen , In particular evolving 911 services to non emergency regarding addressing issue such as concerns for " pot holes ' which was a example by a panelist for the blue pages is not user friendly for many citizens . I would like to address commercial companies that do not have their mapping consistent with EMS state policy for example i filed a complaint to the FCC and DOJ regarding the physical address attached to this comment being deemed my Mapquest GOOGLE on…

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