Article 13420

Title of the article

TOWARDS A THEORY OF REGIONAL CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE SECURITY AND RESILIENCE 

Authors

Masloboev Andrey Vladimirovich, doctor of technical sciences, associate professor, leading researcher, Institute of Informatics and mathematical modelling of technological processes of the Kola Science Centre RAS (14 Fersmana street, Apatite, Murmansk region, Russia), E-mail: masloboev@iimm.ru 

Index UDK

004.9, 681.5, 338.24 

DOI

10.21685/2307-4205-2020-4-13 

Abstract

Background. The work is aimed at modern theory of complex system security development in the context of an integrated methodology design for critical infrastructure security and resilience (CISR) management and CISR research systematization of regional socioeconomic systems. The urgency of the study is conditioned by rising requirements for control operators and means for the purpose of CISR support at the regional level and the need to improve the regional security management system engineered on the basis of situational center network. The objective of research is to develop the theoretical and organizational-technical foundations of CISR management of the region as well as to analyze foreign experience in this field.
Materials and methods. The research is carried out by the example of critical infrastructures of the Murmansk region, which is a part of the Russian Arctic. Three key CISR domains (dimensions) of regional socio-economic systems are considered: technological, organizational and societal resilience. The methodological base of the study includes systems approach, conceptual modeling, and convergence of control theory, reliability theory, risk analysis, safety and stability theory methods.
Results and conclusions. An overview of the state-of-the-art research in the field of CISR management and an analysis of the existing models and methods applicability to problem-solving in this dynamic object domain are carried out. The novel holistic methodology of CISR analysis and management support is proposed. A conceptual model of CISR control system and a technique for resilience assessment of the regional critical objects and infrastructures have been developed. The application of theoretical developments will in prospect enhance the features of methods and tools used in practice to regional security support within the situational centers of the region, and to specify the information structure and forms of resilience management of the socio-economic systems as well as methods of risk assessment and analysis of the security violation of regional critical infrastructures. 

Key words

resilience, security, risk, critical infrastructure, regional socio-economic system, management, modeling, methodology 

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