Critical national infrastructure practice

Critical national infrastructure (CNI) enables the economy and thereby the society of a nation and is generally thought of as the responsibility of government at national and sub national levels. CNI such as transportation networks, power distribution and energy production systems are under constant stress from natural, man made and accidental causes as well as simple physical deterioration over time.

CNI renewal decisions such as national energy pipeline projects and transport corridor improvements are generally costly and have wide implications across other national and sub-national infrastructure and economic systems.

Wise investment decision-making in such environments requires a comprehensive understanding of system effects and their consequences, both intended and unintended. RiskLogik provides this understanding to National Governance bodies charged with planning CNI and ensuring its resilience.  

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