Good Practices Guide on Non-Nuclear Critical Energy Infrastructure Protection (NNCEIP) from Terrorist Attacks Focusing on Threats Emanating from Cyberspace

This publication intends to provide a framework that encourages the formulation and implementation of appropriate policies and institutional management of cyber security related to NNCEI, based on a co-operative, integrated (all-hazard) and risk-based approach, and with an emphasis on achieving incident response preparedness, overall infrastructure resilience and energy reliability.
Issues include: risk assessment, physical security, cyber security, contingency planning, public-private partnerships, community engagement (including the special contributions of women community members), and international/ cross-border co-operation.


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Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE)

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  critical infrastructure     cyber security     cyber threats     cyber vulnerability     cybersecurity  
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