Security analysis and modelling framework for critical infrastructure systems
Pye, Graeme and Warren, Matthew 2009, Security analysis and modelling framework for critical infrastructure systems, in ECIW 2009 : Proceedings of the 8th European Conference on Information Warfare and Security, Academic Publishing Ltd, London, England, pp. 198-207.
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The provision and delivery of many of the services that modern society enjoys are the result of ubiquitous critical infrastructure systems that permeate across many sectors of the Australian community. Moreover, the integration of technological enhancements and networking interconnections between critical infrastructure systems has heightened system interdependence, availability and resilience, including the efficient delivery of services to consumers within Australia's industrialised society. This research delivers a system security analysis and system modelling framework tool based on an associated conceptual methodology as the basis for assessing security and conceptually modelling a critical infrastructure system incident. The intent to identify potential system security issues and gain operational insights that will contribute to improving system resilience, contingency planning development applicable to disaster recovery and ameliorating incident management responses for Australian critical infrastructure system incidents.
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