Homeland security preparedness: Balancing protection with resilience in emergent systems

@article{Haimes2008HomelandSP,
  title={Homeland security preparedness: Balancing protection with resilience in emergent systems},
  author={Y. Haimes and K. Crowther and B. Horowitz},
  journal={Syst. Eng.},
  year={2008},
  volume={11},
  pages={287-308}
}
  • Y. Haimes, K. Crowther, B. Horowitz
  • Published 2008
  • Computer Science
  • Syst. Eng.
  • The report of the President’s Commission on Critical Infrastructure Protection [PCCIP, Executive Order 13010, The White House, Washington, DC, 1997] which was issued in October 1997 set in motion a revolutionary and expensive national homeland security initiative under the rubric of critical infrastructure protection. The PCCIP addressed a plethora of sources of risk to the nation’s critical infrastructures, along with numerous risk management options. For simplicity, we partition solution… CONTINUE READING
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