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Managing Partner of Human Capital, a multi-million dollar, global search and talent advisory firm focused on the energy, metals and agriculture value chains. Member of the executive committee and...

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9 years ago, a well-armed, well-trained, team attacked a power substation outside Silicon Valley. They only just failed.... power grids are among the most critical, yet least hardened, infrastructure. The assailants remain unidentified. 

The HC Insider Podcast: Episode 115 with Edl Schamiloglu covered this and more with Paul Chapman.
 

 

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Matt Chester on Dec 6, 2022

Do you have concerns that this NC incident, and the fallout from it, become something prompting copycats? We obviously don't know who did it nor their motivations, but the attention and impact are being discussed widely and I worry about what that might mean. 

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Paul Chapman on Dec 7, 2022

Yes! Certainly do. 

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