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Prof. Pascal Lorenz
University of Haute Alsace, France
 
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IJFCC 2021 Vol.10(2): 18-22 ISSN: 2010-3751
DOI: 10.18178/ijfcc.2021.10.2.574

Fictitious Crisis Scenario Development Related to a Bank Following a Breakdown in the Communication Network to Show Critical Infrastructure Digitization

J. J. Kohler, E. Fragnière, D. Konstantas, and E. Viganò
Abstract—The notion of critical infrastructure represents for states a vital asset for the functioning of society and the economy. These critical infrastructures cover many areas such as transportation, electricity, hospitals, and recently telecommunications which are taking more and more place in our economies due to the digitalization of our society. Business Continuity Plans (BCP) are often an obligation here to ensure the fastest possible recovery of these critical infrastructures in the event of a crisis. However, the scenarios that allow simulation exercises to be carried out remain very "logistically" oriented, while critical infrastructures linked in general to the digitization of the economy are poorly prepared for a major critical incident. To compensate for these weaknesses in the development of crisis scenarios linked to digitalization, we take the case of critical digital banking infrastructures and use counterfactual thinking to develop a crisis scenario that takes better account of the entire dematerialization dimension inherent in them.

Index Terms—Counterfactual thinking, crisis scenario, critical infrastructure, digitalization.

J. J. Kohler and D. Konstantas are with the University of Geneva, Switzerland (e-mail: jean-jaques.kohler@etu.unige.ch, dimitri.konstantas@unige.ch).
E. Fragnière is with University of Applied Sciences Western Switzerland (HES-SO Valais), Switzerland (e-mail: emmanuel.fragniere@hevs.ch).
E. Viganò is with HES Professor, designing and directing the International Master in Information Systems Security Management within the HES-SO network, Switzerland (e-mail: enrico.vigano@vigilare.ch).

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Cite: J. J. Kohler, E. Fragnière, D. Konstantas, and E. Viganò, "Fictitious Crisis Scenario Development Related to a Bank Following a Breakdown in the Communication Network to Show Critical Infrastructure Digitization," International Journal of Future Computer and Communication vol. 10, no. 2, pp. 18-22, 2021.

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