Complex networks appear in almost every aspect of science and technology. Although most results in the field have been obtained by analysing isolated networks, many real-world networks do in fact interact with and depend on other networks. The set of extensive results for the limiting case of non-interacting networks holds only to the extent that ignoring the presence of other networks can be justified. Recently, an analytical framework for studying the percolation properties of interacting networks has been developed. Here we review this framework and the results obtained so far for connectivity properties of `networks of networks' formed by interdependent random networks.