A congressman in eastern Tennessee hopes that a bomb attack on Nashville during the Christmas period will temporarily paralyze the infrastructure, cause 911 power outages and cause sudden unreliability of regional telephone services, thereby imposing stricter requirements on the country’s telecommunications network. Supervision.
The Republican Representative from Chattanooga and a member of the House of Representatives Homeland Security Committee, Chuck Fleischmann emphasized the security of the US cyber infrastructure in the attack.
“We not only need to ensure that the power grid is protected from the perspective of software network security, but we must also physically protect the power grid,” Fleichman said. “There is a lot of discussion there. Maybe now we will concentrate in a very bipartisan way to ensure that we protect the power grid because, as you said, when this building is demolished, it creates a chain for the whole building Response. State and region.”
The bombing of the suspected bomber Anthony Quinn Warner destroyed AT&T’s facilities and caused the suspension of operations.
Fleischman said that as a senior member of the Department of Homeland Security’s funding subcommittee, people are already working hard to ensure the safety of such facilities, and such efforts should be strengthened in response to the attack.
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He said: “What I mean is to ensure that the structure that will house this critical infrastructure is also protected.” “Utilities need it. So, for lawmakers, it will be a wake-up call to ensure that this is no longer the case. occur.”
AT&T confirmed to the Tennessee newspaper on Sunday that the N. Building on Second Avenue was destroyed in the explosion and the explosion affected services.
AT&T Communications CEO Jeff McElfresh (Jeff McElfresh) said in a statement obtained in a document: “In the early Christmas morning, the explosion in downtown Nashville not only destroyed many people. Communication,”. “This shakes your inner peace and hurts the community you call home. AT&T is part of that community. We live here. We do business here. We are closely related to you.”