Critical Infrastructure Protection and Modelling

Security Management: Modelling Critical Infrastructure

ABSTRACT

Secure management of Australia’s commercial critical infrastructure presents ongoing challenges to owners and the government. Currently a high-level information sharing collaboration between the government and business manages complex security issues, but critical infrastructure 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 infrastructure; discusses the boundaries between critical infrastructures, and considers the existence and potential influence of critical infrastructure relationships.

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