ANALYZING ISSUES, CHALLENGES, AND PROSPECTS by Myriam Dunn and Victor Mauer

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CIIP Handbook 2006 29 Understanding Critical Information Infrastructures From Conceptual Sloppiness Towards Conceptual and Analytical Clarity A self-imposed focus on CIIP creates immediate difficulties for any researcher, since the basis for distinguishing between CIP and CIIP is far from clear. 4 This indicates that the two cannot and should not be discussed as completely separate concepts. Rather, CIIP seems an essential part of CIP: While CIP comprises all critical sectors of a nation’s infrastructure, CIIP is only a subset of a comprehensive protection effort, as it focuses on the critical information infrastructure.

Paper presented at the Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) Workshop (Frankfurt, 29–30 September 2003). Berkowitz, Bruce D. American Security (Yale: Yale University Press, 1986). Wolfers, Arnold. “National Security as an Ambiguous Symbol”. In: Id. Discord And Collaboration: Essays on International Politics (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins, 1962), pp. 147–165 Examples are: National Contingency Planning Group. Canadian Infrastructures and their Dependencies (March 2000), Preface; Charters, David. “The Future of Canada’s Security and Defence Policy: Critical Infrastructure Protection and DND Policy and Strategy”.

We should therefore aim to widen the focus of our enquiry in order to understand emerging risks in their appropriate technological and socio-political context. In addition, governments could help to encourage dialog between experts from various disciplines, ranging from engineering and complexity sciences to policy research, political science, psychology, and sociology. CIIP Handbook 2006 Challenges Governments Face in the Field of Critical Information Infrastructure Protection (CIIP): Stakeholders and Perspectives By Isabelle Abele-Wigert Introduction T he task assigned by the US president was daunting.

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