Information Infrastructure: Resilience, Recovery, and Security

This Chapter is concerned with bringing together much of the foregoing. There is a little repetition here of earlier comments and statements. This is supposed to be helpful by way of putting a number of ideas into a context. It does this by exploring the strategic importance of the relationship between Information Infrastructure, telecommunications resilience, recovery and security and both Asymmetric Warfare and Obstructive Marketing. This relationship is neither well documented nor well understood. However, it is important to a philosophical and pragmatic approach for sustaining order, development, and cohesion in Information Infrastructure. This is because it is now clear that the success of the western/northern world economies, and sustainability for other economies, is increasingly dependent on the reliable operation of Information Infrastructure.


Monetary Authority Information Infrastructure Disaster Recovery British Standard Institute High Reliability Organization 
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