International Journal of Critical Infrastructures
ISSN (printed): 1475-3219. ISSN (electronic): 1741-8038.
IJCIS is an inter-disciplinary and refereed journal that provides cross learning between: different business and economic, societal and managerial, as well as scientific and technological disciplines; critical infrastructures defined as telecommunications, electric power systems, natural gas and oil, banking and finance, transportation, water supply systems, government services, and emergency services; security to public and protection of the environment; implementation of technologies for assisting protection of critical infrastructures; vulnerability assessment of vast territories, critical technologies, networks and complex societal engineering-economic structures; emerging systemic risks of major vital systems potentially damaged by catastrophic events (natural or man-made); and legal aspects at national and international levels, and harmonisation of standards related instruments for efficient protection of critical infrastructures and other vital systems exposed to threats. IJCIS aims to provide an authoritative source of information and an unique international forum in the field of Risk and Vulnerability Assessment and Management of Vital Societal Systems exposed to antropogenic and natural threats. It intends to establish channels of communication and to disseminate the best practice, knowledge and state of the art science, and stakeholders involvement between policy makers, practitioners, researchers and academia working in the field.
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