Problematika eksploatacije i održavanja vezana za zaštita kritične infrastrukture u domenu procesne industrije

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Branislav Todorović Darko Trifunović Marina Todorović Mina Marković

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Proper operation of Critical Infrastructure (CI) is by definition of high importance for a region, nation or even several countries connected in some way. The term and idea of Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) has to do with the preparedness and response to serious incidents that might influence the operation of CI. In Europe, the European Programme for Critical Infrastructure Protection (EPCIP) refers to the doctrine or specific programs created as a result of the European Commission’s directive EU COM(2006) 786 which designates European critical infrastructure that, in case of fault, incident, or attack, could impact both the country where it is hosted and at least one other European Member State. Member states are obliged to adopt the 2006 directive into their national statutes. [1]

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TODOROVIĆ, Branislav et al. Problematika eksploatacije i održavanja vezana za zaštita kritične infrastrukture u domenu procesne industrije. Procesna tehnika, [S.l.], v. 34, n. 1, p. 24-28, dec. 2022. ISSN 2217-2319. Dostupno na: <https://izdanja.smeits.rs/index.php/procteh/article/view/6847>. Datum pristupa: 16 july 2024 doi: https://doi.org/10.24094/ptc.022.34.1.24.
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