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 OALibJ  Vol.1 No.9 , December 2014
Integrated Model for Security and Protection of Critical Infrastructure
Abstract: The creation of a matrix of minimum mandatory requirements for building a reliable system to counter potential terrorist threats is essential to increase the security and protection of critical infrastructure. In order to obtain an objective assessment of the success achieved in terms of necessary level of security and the extent to which is reached the reliability of critical infrastructure we should use a standardized approach and criteria. This is the purpose of this article, namely, to present the characteristics of a methodology for creation and the characteristics of an integrated, standardized model in this area, which can become the foundation of a comprehensive approach to the successful implementation of the so called L-strategy, i.e. protection of the individual and infrastructures against the threat of terrorism.
Cite this paper: Stoichev, K. (2014) Integrated Model for Security and Protection of Critical Infrastructure. Open Access Library Journal, 1, 1-7. doi: 10.4236/oalib.1101124.
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