Secure management of Australia's commercial critical infrastructure presents ongoing challenges to owners and the government. Currently a high-level iriformation sharing collaboration between the government and business manages complex security issues, but critical irifrastructure protection also lacks a scalable model exhibiting the overall structure of critical infrastructure at various levels, sectors and sub-sectors. This research builds on the work of Marasea and Warren (2003) to establish a representative model of Australia's critical irifrastructure; discusses the boundaries between critical infrastructures, and considers the existence andpotential irifluence ofcritical irifrastructure relationships.
Field of Research
080603 Conceptual Modelling
Socio Economic Objective
970108 Expanding Knowledge in the Information and Computing Sciences
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