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Strategic Simulation Games to foster Policy Development for Critical Infrastructure Protection

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Strategic Simulation Games to foster Policy Development for Critical Infrastructure Protection
: Strategic Simulation Games have become an important element of policy development in the context of Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP). They foster the network between all stakeholders, train the co-operation and solutionfinding process, and evaluate existing concepts. Key elements for success include a well-established scenario as well as specific tasks for the participants. In the following article experiences from Swiss Strategic Simulation Games in the context of CIP are discussed. 1 Challenges of developing Critical Infrastructure Protection Policies The need for Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) is widely accepted. On the European and national level different initiatives and activities have been launched. One of the problems is the development of a comprehensive and accepted policy concerning all relevant aspects of Critical Infrastructure Protection. Often the following aspects lead to difficulties: • Public and private stakeholders dealing with critical infrast...
Matthias Holenstein, Daniel Bircher
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Type Conference
Year 2003
Where GI
Authors Matthias Holenstein, Daniel Bircher
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