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April 04, 2013


Bill MacKay

We have been involved in assisting the 911 industry for some time now, and look to other industry professionals such as you for information that can help provide guidance. Your column states “For 911 it may not matter, but any time where it is likely there will be a lot of emergencies, perhaps during a storm or in the evening could be more effective” is reckless at best and borders on recommending criminal activity. TDoS attacks on 911 services places the Public Safety Answering Points (PSAP’s) and the ability to respond to actual emergencies at great risk.

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