Cross-cutting Criteria

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Definitions

European Definitions

Council Directive 2008/114/EC

Cross-cutting criteria may refer to [1]:

  1. casualties criterion (assessed in terms of the potential number of fatalities or injuries);
  2. economic effects criterion (assessed in terms of the significance of economic loss and/or degradation of products or services; including potential environmental effects);
  3. public effects criterion (assessed in terms of the impact on public confidence, physical suffering and disruption of daily life; including the loss of essential services).


National Definitions

Luxembourg

Critères intersectoriels:
- le nombre de victimes (nombre potentiel de morts ou de blessés);
- l'incidence économique (ampleur des pertes économiques et/ou de la dégradation de produits ou de services, y compris l'incidence potentielle sur l'environnement);
- l'incidence sur la population (incidence sur la confiance de la population, souffrances physiques et perturbation de la vie quotidienne, y compris disparition de services essentiels). [2]

Equals: the Council Directive 2008/114/EC criteria definition

Netherlands

Since April 2015, The Netherlands recognises [3] two categories in criticality of critical infrastructure:
Category A: at least impact on one of the following four impact categories:

  1. economic impact: > 50.000 million euro costs and damages, or 5.0% decrease in real income
  2. physical impact: > 10.000 deaths, severely injured or chronically ill
  3. social-psychological impact: > 1 million persons are emotionally affected or experience serious societal survivability problems (fear, anger, disturbance)
  4. cascade impact: this disruption causes failure of minimal two other (critical) sectors

Category B: at least impact on one of the following three impact categories:

  1. economic impact: > 5.000 million euro costs and damages, or 1.0% decrease in real income
  2. physical impact: > 1.000 deaths, severely injured or chronically ill
  3. social-psychological impact: > 100.000 persons are emotionally affected or experience serious societal survivability problems


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Criteria for being critical are:

  1. Identify the organization’s key core business processes and their dependency on assets owned and managed by the organization (e.g., power plant, refinery, general ledger, etc.);
  2. Use impact severity table to determine an impact score for the loss/non-functioning of each key asset; and
  3. Classify all assets as critical when the criticality score is greater than twenty (20) according to the impact criteria table in [4] [5].


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