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Computer Economics Estimates $15.8 Billion to Restore IT and Communications Capabilities After Terrorist Attacks
Computer Economics has examined several factors and interviewed many information technology (IT) and communications workers to analyze the economic impact of recent terrorist attacks on the IT and communications services in Manhattan and at the Pentagon. To date we have complied information that shows that the costs of restoring IT and communications capabilities is $15.8 billion.
Expectations About Cyberattacks (Aug 2002)
Computer Economics developed and conducted a survey on IT security perceptions, awareness, and practices during May and June of 2002. One finding is that considerably more people think that large-scale cyberattacks will be launched by terrorists than by a military.