Network Resilience

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Network Resilience is the ability of a network to: (1) provide continuous operation (i.e., highly resistant to disruption and able to operate in a degraded mode if damaged); (2) recover effectively if failure does occur; and (3) scale to meet rapid or unpredictable demands.

Related Terms: Information System Resilience, Network Services

Source: CNSSI 4009

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