Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Issues on Risk Analysis for Critical Infrastructure Protection

Edited by Vittorio Rosato

ENEA (Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development)

Co-editor:

Antonio Di Pietro

ENEA (Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development)

Critical infrastructure provides essential services to citizens. The mutual dependencies of services between systems form a complex “system of systems” with a large perturbation surface, prone to be damaged by natural and anthropic events. Their intrinsic and extrinsic vulnerabilities could be overcome by providing them adaptive properties to allow fast and effective recovery from loss of functionality. Resilience is thus the key issue, and its enhancement, at the systemic level, is a priority goal to be achieved. This volume reviews recent insights into the different domains (resilience-enhancing strategies, impact and threats knowledge, and dependency-related issues) and proposes new strategies for better critical infrastructure protection.

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Issues on Risk Analysis for Critical Infrastructure ProtectionEdited by Vittorio Rosato

Published: July 7th 2021

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.91097

ISBN: 978-1-83962-621-0

Print ISBN: 978-1-83962-620-3

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-1-83962-628-9

Copyright year: 2021

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2879 Total Chapter Downloads

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1. Resilience in Critical Infrastructures: The Role of Modelling and Simulation

By Chiara Foglietta and Stefano Panzieri

279

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2. Risk Analysis in Early Phase of Complex Infrastructure Projects

By Esra Tepeli

283

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3. Resilience of Critical Infrastructures: A Risk Assessment Methodology for Energy Corridors

By Andrea Carpignano, Daniele Grosso, Raffaella Gerboni and Andrea Bologna

256

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4. Resilience and Situational Awareness in Critical Infrastructure Protection: An Indicator-Based Approach

By Aleksandar S. Jovanovic, Somik Chakravarty and Marjan Jelic

241

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5. Integrating Resilience in Time-based Dependency Analysis: A Large-Scale Case Study for Urban Critical Infrastructures

By Vittorio Rosato, Antonio Di Pietro, Panayiotis Kotzanikolaou, George Stergiopoulos and Giulio Smedile

178

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6. A Strategy to Improve Infrastructure Survivability via Prioritizing Critical Nodes Protection

By Luca Faramondi, Giacomo Assenza, Gabriele Oliva, Ernesto Del Prete, Fabio Pera and Roberto Setola

208

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7. Validation Strategy as a Part of the European Gas Network Protection

By David Rehak, Martin Hromada, Ilias Gkotsis, Anna Gazi, Evita Agrafioti, Anastasia Chalkidou, Karolina Jurkiewicz, Fabio Bolletta and Clemente Fuggini

231

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8. Defects Assessment in Subsea Pipelines by Risk Criteria

By Anatoly Lepikhin, Victor Leschenko and Nikolay Makhutov

246

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9. Analyzing the Cyber Risk in Critical Infrastructures

By Marieke Klaver and Eric Luiijf

294

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10. Flood Risk Analysis for Critical Infrastructure Protection: Issues and Opportunities in Less Developed Societies

By Ugonna C. Nkwunonwo

247

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11. The Cultural Differences in the Perception and Application of Crisis Management in Tourism

By Marica Mazurek

162

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12. Italian Crisis Management in 2020

By Luisa Franchina, Alessandro Calabrese, Enrico Scatto and Giulia Inzerilli

256

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