This week I would like you to build upon last week’s discussion (Threat Assessment of where you live). Now that you have identified the external threats it is time to evaluate, analyze and assess your vulnerabilities.
Use the MSHARP/CARVER Assessment tools to evaluate (3) key vulnerabilities in where you live. Remember to differentiate between Critical Infrastructure and Key Resources (Example in your home/apartment could be, Main Gas line = Critical Infrastructure, Running tap water = Key Resource). Also, do an outside looking in assessment, meaning instead of inside looking out, view through the eyes of your adversary.
HLS 6040 WEEK 2: CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE AND ASSESSING VULNERABILITIES Studentâ€™s Name: Professorâ€™s Name: Course Title: Date: New York State is home to one of the most populous cities in the United States: New York City. In particular, there is critical infrastructure as well as resources that are potential targets by terrorist groups due to their mission or purpose, symbolism, history, accessibility, recognizability, population density, and proximity aspects. Three key infrastructural vulnerabilities that can be readily evaluated in New York City include: 1 The New York/New Jersey/Connecticut Regional Transit System â€“ Mass transportation is