Fabio Bisogni

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The pervasiveness of information systems raises security and business continuity issues related to their disruption. Policy makers involved in preventing and preparing for unexpected critical events need to understand the direct and indirect socioeconomic impacts of potential information system disruptions. This paper presents a new methodology for(More)
Chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear (CBRN) incidents, both caused accidentally by human error or natural/technological events and determined intentionally as criminal/malicious/terroristic acts, have consequences that could be differently characterized. In the last years many efforts to analyze the economic impact of terrorist threat have been(More)
This paper attempts to analyze the degree to which the telecommunications sector is regarded as a critical infrastructure at the European level. Taking into account a new categorization of telecommunications applications and infrastructure perspectives, a new matrix-based classification method is proposed to clarify the protection approaches of policy(More)
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