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Entries Tagged as 'dependability'

Dependability of public e-communication networks – ropes to skip 2

October 8th, 2008 · 3 Comments

Resilience describes the ability of communications networks in providing and maintaining acceptable level of service in the face of various challenges to normal operations. More and more we live in world where the use of information and communication technology is part of our daily lives. Hence dependability and network resilience is becoming ever more important […]

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Tags: bureaucrats · communication · dependability · estimation · networks · ropes · skip · subjectivity

Reliability and dependability of information networks – undersea cable cut, disrupting outsorcing work in India

February 1st, 2008 · 3 Comments

failure to be redundancy compliant represents an increasing risk for outsourcing in India and the Middle East Badly dropped ship anchor has damaged an undersea cable located between Alexandria, Egypt, and Palermo, Italy. The disruption slowed services in India, Egypt and Saudi Arabia and shut down at least one internet service provider in the United […]

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Tags: cybersecurity · dependability · earthquake · egypt · redundancy · reliablity · taiwan

7 lessons learnt from the Estonian attacks

October 31st, 2007 · No Comments

We brought you – 2 national action: Cybersecurity and critical infrastructure protection – Cyber warfare – biggest threat is China overestimating its limited capabilities – Reliability and dependability of information networks – millions hit by BlackBerry systems failure – Reliability and dependability of information networks – lessons from the Taiwan earthquake Be prepared – governments […]

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Tags: cyber · cybersecurity · dependability · fiddling · overestimating · permission · taiwan · warfare

Reliability and dependability of information networks – millions hit by BlackBerry systems failure

April 22nd, 2007 · No Comments

Recently we pointed out that being redudancy compliant is a challenging task. In fact, looking at our Internet backbone we can agree that it is a disaster to put it mildly: – Reliability and dependability of information networks – Taiwan’s earthquake – are we redundancy compliant? In fact, as the above case indicates paying lip […]

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Tags: compliant · dependability · disruption · earthquake · failure · rang · redundancy · taiwan’s