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Threat Prioritization Process for the Czech Security Strategy Making

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Author(s): Milos Balaban | Oldrich Krulik | Vladimir Krulik | Jan Ludvik | Ludek Moravec | Antonin Rasek | Libor Stejskal

Journal: Obrana a Strategie
ISSN 1214-6463

Volume: 12;
Issue: 1;
Start page: 005;
Date: 2012;
Original page

Keywords: Threats | prioritization | categorization | process | security strategy

ABSTRACT
This article offers systematic view of a process of identification of security threats and, subsequently, their use in the making of strategic documents, notably the Security Strategy of the Czech Republic. It is not the aim of the authors to name or define such threats, but to present the process itself. It is paramount to any credible security strategy that it deals with the threat identification in the most precise fashion. The authors take reservations against the “catalogue” approach and claim the processes of prioritization and categorization to be essential for any policies derived from the security strategy, especially in times of economic need. It is also the 2011 final paper of the project “Trends, Risks, and Scenarios of the Security Developments in the World, Europe, and the Czech Republic – Impacts on the Policy and Security System of the Czech Republic” (TRS / VG20102013009).
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