An efficient process to reduce infrastructure vulnerabilities facing malevolence

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  author =       "Julien Piwowar and Eric Chatelet and 
                 Patrick Laclemence",
  title =        "An efficient process to reduce infrastructure
                 vulnerabilities facing malevolence",
  journal =      "Reliability Engineering \& System Safety",
  volume =       "94",
  number =       "11",
  pages =        "1869--1877",
  year =         "2009",
  ISSN =         "0951-8320",
  DOI =          "doi:10.1016/j.ress.2009.06.009",
  URL =          "",
  keywords =     "genetic algorithms, genetic programming, Risk,
                 Malevolence, Vulnerability assessment, Security",
  abstract =     "In daily life, we are all used to frequent
                 [`]systems': public transports, industrial parks,
                 shopping areas, stadiums or many others. And with the
                 exponential increase of technologies, we are now living
                 in a kind of [`]open World' within which goods, persons
                 or information are moving increasingly faster. The
                 consequence is an amazing new way of life and also a
                 number of new threats for our society. To insure the
                 security of all citizens, and also of infrastructures,
                 national skills or anything else, we need to secure our
                 systems efficiently. To do so, we need appropriate
                 tools to accurately analyse vulnerabilities in order to
                 counter all kinds of malevolence. After giving an
                 overview of different methods linked to that problem,
                 we will explain our process to analyze the
                 vulnerabilities of a complex infrastructure and what
                 points are fundamental to take into account facing
                 human aggressions.",

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