• THEORETICAL FOUNDATIONS OF SECURITY

    CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURES RESILIENCE EVALUATION – RESILIENCE APPROACH, RESILIENCE MODEL AND RESILIENCE INDICATORS

    Security & Future, Vol. 2 (2018), Issue 1, pg(s) 7-10

    Aim of this report is to provide practical hints on how to evaluate the concept of Resilience in the domain of Critical Infrastructures (CI). The common understanding is that today best practices address cyber / physical protection of CI at the best they can, with traditional static and iterative solutions, trying to stop all possible known threats at the border of the single CI’s assets or CI’s full perimeter, ready to start with procedures of disaster recovery and business continuity in case of failure stopping external threats.

  • SOCIETY

    MODEL FOR ANALYSIS AND ASSESSMENT OF HAZARDOUS ENVIRONMENTS TO IMPROVE THE SECURITY OF THE POPULATION

    Science. Business. Society., Vol. 1 (2016), Issue 5, pg(s) 46-49

    Prevention of industrial accidents in Europe and creation readiness of the authorities and the community for countering them are aimed not only at major catastrophes, but also at the small ones, which threaten the society, jobs and environment. Regardless of the internationally accepted framework for prevention and counteraction the industrial accidents involving hazardous substances (refers to the Seveso type site/area related accidents), there are fields that have not yet been developed, such as an assessment of the vulnerability of various sectors of economy, their interdependencies and the impact on social life. Considering these challenges, the main objective of the current article is to bring to the attention of stakeholders an integrated package of advanced developments, both in terms of Seveso type site/area related accidents, caused by reason of technological failures (technological mistakes) or are due to targeted man-made activities (terrorism).

  • SOCIETY

    EXAMPLE OF SECURITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM OF THE ORGANIZATION – COMPONENTS AND CONCEPTS

    Science. Business. Society., Vol. 1 (2016), Issue 4, pg(s) 37-40

    Issues related to security are intertwined in all areas of the life of an organization. Many of them are considered and documented organizational and provided within the respective area/subsystem of the management system of the organization. For example, information security management is detailed and reliably described in the international standards. And this is natural, considering the importance of this type of security and the fact that information technology lie at the core of almost all organizations. In the meantime however, it is necessary to go a long way to reach the ultimate goal of improving security of the organizations by developing integrated management systems for business security. A Security Management System may be considered as that part of the overall management system, based manly of the quality management system, that provides the structure to enable identification of potential threats to an organization and which establishes, implements, operates, monitors, reviews and maintains all appropriate measures to provide assurance of the effective management of the associated security risks.