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Cyber effect and security management aspects in critical energy infrastructures

Abstract : The purpose of the paper is to compare various types of management models that regulate the response to cyber threats to Critical Infrastructures. The development of an effective management model that regulates the response to cyber-attack against Critical Infrastructure is an important issue in security management. Many frameworks attempt to regulate the response that has to be done to recover and eradicate possible threats, but still, there is not a universal appliable model for all Critical Infrastructures. The paper will offer a comparison of various frameworks in an attempt of evaluating the features that a hypothetical model for response to Cyber Incidents to Critical Infrastructures. The focus is on Critical Energy Infrastructure, as their damage directly means damage to other critical infrastructures, given their extreme interconnectivity. After the analysis of five frameworks of responses to Cyber Incidents, an evaluation will be provided, along with a recommendation.
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Tomas Plėta, Manuela Tvaronavičienė, Silvia Della Casa. Cyber effect and security management aspects in critical energy infrastructures. Insights into Regional Development, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Center, 2020, 2 (2), pp.538-548. ⟨10.9770/IRD.2020.2.2(3)⟩. ⟨hal-02919624⟩



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