NAIC-ISAO Task Force

Critical Infrastructure



Improving the Cybersecurity Posture of the United States and NATO member countries Critical Infrastructure within the midmarket, this includes both public and private entities. 




The Federal Cybersecurity Strategy released by the Biden Administration on March 2nd 2023, highlights the absolute importance of better securing critical infrastructure. In an interview, General Nakasone outlined his grave concern for the inadequate cybersecurity posture of the mid-market critical infrastructure sector. MITRE Executives stated in a public cybersecurity discussion how they worry for the smaller entities in critical infrastructure that cannot afford the hefty expenses related to the solutions and simulations offered by MITRE. 

The National AI & Cybersecurity ISAO, a program of the Tortora Brayda Institute (a California nonprofit 501c3), proposes the creation of a dedicated Task Force to help advance solutions toward resolving this challenge of evident importance to National Security. 

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Initially, the Task Force will meet on a quarterly basis for regular meetings.  Additional working meetings will be proposed and held as needed.

Task Force Details

Download the Task Force Overview to learn more about the Critical Infrastructure Task Force.

Task Force:  Critical Infrastructure


To improve the cybersecurity posture of the United States and NATO member countries critical infrastructure within the midmarket, this includes both public and private entities. 

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Task Force:  Quantum Critical Threshold 


To help society to anticipate and take precautionary measures in the face of the imminent crisis commonly referred to as “Quantum Apocalypse”, when most of the world encryption systems become vulnerable to Cybercriminal state actors and private criminal organizations equipped with (or being able to timeshare) Quantum Computers.

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