With the progression of technological breakthroughs creating dependencies on telecommunications, the internet, and social networks connecting our society, CIIP (Critical Information Infrastructure Protection) has gained significant focus in order to avoid cyber attacks, cyber hazards, and a general breakdown of services. Critical Information Infrastructure Protection and Resilience in the ICT Sector brings together a variety of empirical research on the resilience in the ICT sector and critical information infrastructure protection in the context of uncertainty and lack of data about potential threats and hazards. This book presents a variety of perspectives on computer science, economy, risk analysis, and social sciences; beneficial to academia, governments, and other organisations engaged or interested in CIIP, Resilience and Emergency Preparedness in the ICT sector.Retrieved from http://www.usip.org/files/ resources/sr119.pdf Weiss, M. (2007, August 17th). ... In Hollnagel, E., Woods, D. D., aamp; Leveson, N. (Eds.), Resilience engineering: Concepts and precepts (p. 2). ... Woods, D. D., aamp; Shattuck, L. G. ( 2000).
|Title||:||Critical Information Infrastructure Protection and Resilience in the ICT Sector|
|Publisher||:||IGI Global - 2013-02-28|