Rules for Critical Infrastructure Protection

Critical infrastructures are generally thought of as the key systems, services and functions whose disruption or destruction would have a debilitating impact on public health and safety, commerce, and national security or any combination of those matters. Critical information infrastructures (CII) provide the essential services that support modern information societies and economies. Some CII support critical functions and essential services so vital that the incapacitation, exploitation, or destruction, through natural disaster, technological failure, accidents or intentional attacks could have a debilitating effect on national security and economic well-being.

Rules for Critical Infrastructure Protection