Military Uses Model-Train Town To Prepare For Cyber Attacks

Military Uses Model-Train Town To Prepare For Cyber Attacks
technology

The 48 square-foot CyberCity trains government hackers to handle e-terrorist assaults on U.S. infrastructure.

Ryan Gerhardt
  • 4 january 2013

A working electric grid, banking system, transportation system – complete with train station – and even WiFi. This could describe many real towns in the U.S. except for the fact that its 15,000 residents are virtual.

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