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The Use of Crisis Workplace Technology to Protect Communication Processes of Critical Infrastructure

Authors: Jiri F. Urbanek, Jiří Barta


This paper deals with a protection of the national and European infrastructure. It is issue nowadays. The paper deals with the perspectives and possibilities of "smart solutions" to critical infrastructure protection. The research project deals with computers aided technologies are used from the perspective of new, better protection of selected infrastructure objects. Protection is focused on communication and information channels. These communication and information channels are very important for the functioning of the system of protection of critical infrastructure elements.

Keywords: Communication Systems, Interoperability, critical infrastructure, Controlling Process, Crisis Workplaces. Continuity

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