“Critical Infrastructure Protection,” is the latest publication from the Crisis and Risk Network. The work examines different concepts of critical infrastructure protection.
The publication reviews new knowledge on the issue from 2008 and 2009 from a variety of western states, focusing on cybersecurity, international cooperation and public-private partnerships.
The publication subsequently discusses strategies to improve critical infrastructure protection. The authors analyze the advantages of highly flexible public-private partnerships and inter-organizational networks.
The article concludes by listing the implications for Switzerland and features an annotated bibliography with relevant research.