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AFIPS Resiliency of the U.S. Information Society Report

 

This report was the culmination of a 1982 American Federation of Information Processing Societies (AFIPS) workshop to consider potential risks to the United States of the increasing societal dependance upon information technology. The AFIPS panel, consisting of computer science, computer crime, and computer policy experts, examined a 1977-78 Swedish Department of Defense report regarding the vulnerability of Swedish society to increased reliance on computers, and adapted its findings to the United States. The report of this workshop is most notable for its early work in identifying and discussing the potential threats dependance upon information technology pose for a society, recognizing the new challenges computer technology presented as the United States, and the world, became more interconnected.

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