Print Email Facebook Twitter Governing Critical ICT: Elements that Require Attention Title Governing Critical ICT: Elements that Require Attention Author Luiijf, H.A.M. Klaver, M.H.A. Publication year 2015 Abstract With respect to critical information and communication technologies (ICT), nations most often declare their national critical infrastructure to include telecommunication services and in some cases critical services offered by key Internet Service Providers (ISP). This paper debates whether nations, their policy-makers, legislation and regulation largely overlook and fail to properly govern the full set of ICT elements and services critical to the functioning of their nation. The related societal and economical risk, however, needs to be closely mitigated, managed and governed. Legal and regulatory obligations to increase the ICT resilience may sometimes encourage this process. Subject Human and Operational ModellingNO - Networked OrganisationsELSS - Earth, Life and Social SciencesCyber Security & ResilienceSafetyDefence, Safety and SecurityCritical information infrastructure protectionICTRiskLegislationGoverningResilience To reference this document use: http://resolver.tudelft.nl/uuid:a421dc91-2f70-4ddb-99d8-23220efd31e3 TNO identifier 526397 Source European Journal of Risk Regulation, 6 (2), 263-270 Bibliographical note Special Issue on Symposium on Critical Infrastructures: Risk, Responsibility and Liability. Document type article Files To receive the publication files, please send an e-mail request to TNO Library.