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This paper proposes a methodology for conducting societal system engineering (SSE), the purpose of which is to ensure that the overall system meets the needs of the larger society as part of that society’s infrastructure. Given the criticality of these systems, resiliency must be a major...
This paper takes a holistic approach to rapid restoration of critical infrastructures and key resources (CIKR) in the USA. In the wake of Hurricane Katrina, the all-hazards paradigm remains vital to the homeland security mission. A proposal is presented to overhaul state and local fusion centre...
Originally designed for target analysis, CARVER is an acronym for the vulnerability assessment elements of criticality, accessibility, recuperability, vulnerability, effect and recognisability. Every category is assessed for each component or subcomponent of a designated target. Scoring can be...
The money that flows through the banking and finance sector provides the funding for operations of every other critical infrastructure sector in the USA; without funding, everything stops, and therefore, it is of the utmost importance to safeguard the banking and finance sector against adverse...
The National Infrastructure Protection Plan defines 18 critical infrastructure and key resources sectors assigned to nine various sector-specific agencies charged with the protection of that component of infrastructure (2009). This breakdown by the NIPP scratches the surface in terms of...
An original methodology for the analysis of cascading effects in critical infrastructure is hereby presented. First of all, a rationale to identify elements (items) of daily life of citizens whose lack would cause a considerable impact on the quality of life of population is discussed. Then, a...
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