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Research Brief: Significant Multi-Domain Incidents against Critical Infrastructure (SMICI) Dataset


Research Brief: Significant Multi-Domain Incidents against Critical Infrastructure (SMICI) Dataset

Abstract: 

As a part of an ongoing eort to better understand adversaries’ multi-domain behavior and motivations, the Unconventional Weapons & Technology Division (UWT) of the National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism (START) has completed the initial development of the Signicant Multi-Domain Incidents against Critical Infrastructure (SMICI) dataset, a rst of its kind. The dataset, collected only using publicly available information, currently contains 130 cyber-physical and cyber-operational incidents carried out against critical infrastructure worldwide from January 1, 2009, to November 15, 2019.

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Washburn, Rhyner, and Steve Sin. 2019. "Reasearch Brief: Signicant Multi-Domain Incidents against Critical Infrastructure (SMICI) Dataset," START, College Park, MD. December.

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Rhyner WashburnSteve Sin
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