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Autoren:
Canzani, Elisa 
Dokumenttyp:
Dissertation / Thesis 
Titel:
Dynamic Interdependency Models for Cybersecurity of Critical Infrastructure 
Betreuer:
Lechner, Ulrike, Prof. Dr. 
Gutachter:
Lechner, Ulrike, Prof. Dr. ; Pickl, Stefan Prof. Dr. 
Tag der mündlichen Prüfung:
15.11.2017 
Publikationsdatum:
05.04.2018 
Jahr:
2018 
Sprache:
Englisch 
Subject:
Kritische Infrastruktur ; Cyberattacke ; Computersicherheit ; Resilienz ; Interdependenzanalyse ; Dynamisches Modell ; Frühwarnsystem ; Optimierung ; Spieltheorie ; Hochschulschrift 
Stichwörter:
Critical Infrastructures, Interdependency Modeling, System Dynamics, Cybersecurity, Game Theory, Crisis Early Warning System, Resilience Assessment, Disruption Impact Analysis 
Abstract:
Governments have strongly recognized that critical infrastructures (CIs) play crucial roles in underpinning economy, security and societal welfare of countries. The proper functioning of energy, transportation, water plants, telecommunication, financial and other services, is vital for all communities. If a failed infrastructure is unable to deliver services and products to the others, damages may easily cascade into the larger system of interdependent CIs. Understanding such complex system-of-s...    »
 
DDC-Notation:
004.2 
Fakultät:
Fakultät für Informatik 
Institut:
INF 4 - Institut für Angewandte Informatik 
Professur:
Lechner, Ulrike 
Open Access ja oder nein?:
Ja / Yes