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The 2009 NIPP <ref>[http://www.dhs.gov/xlibrary/assets/NIPP_Plan.pdf National Infrastructure Protection Plan, Partnering to enhance protection and resiliency, US Department of Homeland Security, 2009]</ref> defines a sector as a logical collection of [[asset|assets]], [[system|systems]], or [[network|networks]] that provide a common function to the economy, government, or society.
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Presidential Policy Directive 21 (PPD-21): Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience<ref> [http://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2013/02/12/presidential-policy-directive-critical-infrastructure-security-and-resil Presidential Policy Directive -- Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience, PPD-21, 2013]</ref> identifies 16 critical infrastructure sectors:
 
Presidential Policy Directive 21 (PPD-21): Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience<ref> [http://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2013/02/12/presidential-policy-directive-critical-infrastructure-security-and-resil Presidential Policy Directive -- Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience, PPD-21, 2013]</ref> identifies 16 critical infrastructure sectors:
 
# Chemical Sector
 
# Chemical Sector

Revision as of 12:37, 18 May 2014

Definitions

Official European Definition

National Definitions

USA

The 2009 NIPP [1] defines a sector as a logical collection of assets, systems, or networks that provide a common function to the economy, government, or society.

Presidential Policy Directive 21 (PPD-21): Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience[2] identifies 16 critical infrastructure sectors:

  1. Chemical Sector
  2. Commercial Facilities Sector
  3. Communications Sector
  4. Critical Manufacturing Sector
  5. Dams Sector
  6. Defense Industrial Base Sector
  7. Emergency Services Sector
  8. Energy Sector
  9. Financial Services Sector
  10. Food and Agriculture Sector
  11. Government Facilities Sector
  12. Healthcare and Public Health Sector
  13. Information Technology Sector
  14. Nuclear Reactors, Materials, and Waste Sector
  15. Transportation Systems Sector
  16. Water and Wastewater Systems Sector

Each sector falls under the responsibility of a designated Sector-Specific Agency (SSA).

Germany

In Germany, the following sectors (and industries) are assigned to critical infrastructures [3]:

  • Transport and traffic (aviation, maritime shipping, inland waterway transport, rail traffic, road traffic, logistics)
  • Energy (electricity, mineral oil, gas)
  • Information technology and telecommunication (telecommunication, information technology)
  • Finance and insurance sector (banks/financial institutes, insurance companies, financial service providers, stock exchanges)
  • State and administration (government and administration, parliament, judicial institutions, emergency and rescue services including disaster control)
  • Food (food industry, food trade)
  • Water (public water supply, public wastewater disposal)
  • Health (medical care, pharmaceuticals and vaccines, laboratories)
  • Media and culture (broadcasting (television and radio), printed and electronic press, cultural assets, highly symbolic buildings)


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