Critical Information Infrastructures

Resilience and Protection

By Maitland Hyslop

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Critical Information Infrastructures starts with some basic definitions and assumptions on the topic. It goes on to explore various aspects of Critical Infrastructures throughout the world – including the technological, political, economic, strategic and defensive.

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  • ISBN13: 978-0-3877-1861-3
  • 292 Pages
  • User Level: Science
  • Publication Date: September 5, 2007
  • Available eBook Formats: PDF
  • eBook Price: $139.00
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The world moves on Critical Information Infrastructures, and their resilience and protection is of vital importance. Starting with some basic definitions and assumptions on the topic, this book will go on to explore various aspects of Critical Infrastructures throughout the world – including the technological, political, economic, strategic and defensive. This book will be of interest to the CEO and Academic alike as they grapple with how to prepare Critical Information Infrastructures for new challenges.
Table of Contents

Table of Contents

  1. Definitions and Assumptions.
  2. Critical Infrastructures and Critical Information Infrastructures: Approaches by Geography.
  3. Critical Infrastructures and Critical Information Infrastructures: by Type.
  4. Critical Information Infrastructure.
  5. Some Political, Economic, Social, Technological, Environmental, Legal and Other Process Effects on Critical Infrastructures.
  6. Comments on Standards In Information Security, Disaster Recovery, Business Continuity and Business Resilience.
  7. A Tangential Threat To OECD Resilience: The 21st Century East India Company.
  8. Resilience and Outsourcing Call Centers Offshore: A Case Study.
  9. Chapter 10: Information Infrastructure: Resilience, Recovery and Security.
  10. A Suggested Approach to Individual, Corporate, National and International Resilience, Critical Infrastructures and Critical Information Infrastructures.
  11. General Summary and Conclusions.
  12. A Manifesto for Change.
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