Difference between revisions of "National Critical Infrastructure"

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{{definition|National critical infrastructure is [[Critical Infrastructure]] on Belgium territory of which disruption or destruction would have a significant impact on the nation.<ref>[http://www.tevalis.fr/images/ArticleICCWS2014.pdf Service Public Fédéral Intérieur/Federale Overheidsdienst Binnenlandse Zaken F./N. 2011-1799; C-2011/00399 (2011)]</ref>}}
 
{{definition|National critical infrastructure is [[Critical Infrastructure]] on Belgium territory of which disruption or destruction would have a significant impact on the nation.<ref>[http://www.tevalis.fr/images/ArticleICCWS2014.pdf Service Public Fédéral Intérieur/Federale Overheidsdienst Binnenlandse Zaken F./N. 2011-1799; C-2011/00399 (2011)]</ref>}}
 
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=== United Kingdom (UK) ===
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The term [[Critical National Infrastructure]] is used.
  
 
=== International Definitions ===
 
=== International Definitions ===
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Revision as of 12:15, 26 February 2015

This refers to the definition of Critical Infrastructures and Critical Infrastructure Sectors by nations.

National Definitions

Belgium

National critical infrastructure is Critical Infrastructure on Belgium territory of which disruption or destruction would have a significant impact on the nation.[1]


United Kingdom (UK)

The term Critical National Infrastructure is used.

International Definitions

NATO CEP / EAPC

Critical Infrastructure which, if disrupted or destroyed, would have a serious impact on the health, safety, security or economic well-being of nations or the effective functioning of governments in EAPC nations. [2].



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