Difference between revisions of "Dependency"

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The one-directional reliance of an [[asset]], [[system]],[[network]], or collection thereof—within or across [[Critical Infrastructure Sector|sectors]]—on an input, interaction, or other requirement from other sources in order to function properly <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>.
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{{definition|The one-directional reliance of an [[asset]], [[system]],[[network]], or collection thereof—within or across [[Critical Infrastructure Sector|sectors]]—on an input, interaction, or other requirement from other sources in order to function properly <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>.}}
  
 
==== Germany ====
 
==== Germany ====
[[Information Technology|IT]] dependency is defined as the situation where "a process depends on [[Information Technology|IT]] if the successful implementation of the process depends on the proper functioning of [[Information Technology|IT]]" <ref>Unpublished working glossary of UP KRITIS and BSI, 2014 </ref>.
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{{definition|[[Information Technology|IT]] dependency is defined as the situation where "a process depends on [[Information Technology|IT]] if the successful implementation of the process depends on the proper functioning of [[Information Technology|IT]]" <ref>Unpublished working glossary of UP KRITIS and BSI, 2014 </ref>.}}
  
 
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Revision as of 10:00, 17 June 2014

Definitions

European Definitions

National Definitions

USA

The one-directional reliance of an asset, system,network, or collection thereof—within or across sectors—on an input, interaction, or other requirement from other sources in order to function properly [1].

Germany

IT dependency is defined as the situation where "a process depends on IT if the successful implementation of the process depends on the proper functioning of IT" [2].


See also

Notes