Report Says Officials Concerned About Cyberattacks

A study commissioned by President Obama to assess the nation’s ability to respond to terrorist attacks and natural disasters has found that state and local officials have the most confidence in their public health and medical services but are the most concerned about their ability to respond to cyberattacks. The report, conducted by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, said that state and local officials also felt unprepared to provide housing in their communities and to recover quickly from natural disasters.