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IRRIIS - Integrated Risk Reduction of Information-based Infrastructure Systems

Beyer, Uwe and Flentge, Felix (2006):
IRRIIS - Integrated Risk Reduction of Information-based Infrastructure Systems.
In: CIIA Workshop 2006: Euro-Atlantic Symposium on Critical Information Infrastructure Assurance, [Conference or Workshop Item]

Abstract

The Integrated Project "Integrated Risk Reduction of Information-based Infrastructure Systems" (IRRIIS) shall be carried out under the motto: Enhance substantially the dependability of Large Complex Critical Infrastructures (LCCIs) by introducing appropriate Middleware Improved Technology (MIT) components within the next three years. IRRIIS will increase dependability, survivability and resilience of EU ICT-based critical information infrastructures and has the objectives to:

* determine a sound set of public and private sector requirements based upon scenario and related data analysis;

* design, develop, integrate and test MIT components suitable for preventing and limiting cascading effects and supporting automated recovery and service continuity in critical situations;

* develop, integrate, and validate novel and advanced modelling and simulation tools integrated into a synthetic environment for experiments and exercises;

* validate the functions of the MIT components using the synthetic environment and the results of the scenario and data analysis;

* disseminate novel and innovative concepts, results, and products to other ICT-based critical sectors.

IRRIIS will address the challenges of CIIP by a "diagnosis - therapy strategy" and "therapy implementation and validation approach" starting with the electrical power infrastructure and its supporting telecommunication infrastructure. After thoroughly analysing these infrastructures and their interdependencies, the synthetic simulation environment (SYNTEX) will be build. MIT components will be developed, tested and validated inside SYNTEX to demonstrate their capabilities before dissemination to potential stakeholders. The approach is open for successively including additional critical infrastructures.

The interdisciplinary research will be performed in the coming three years by a European consortium of fifteen partners, ranging from academia to key stakeholders from the fields of energy supply and telecommunication. The project is supported by the European Union Sixth Framework Programme within the area of "Information Society Technologies" with seven million Euro funding and it is co ordinated by Fraunhofer Institut Autonome intelligente Systeme (AIS).

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item
Erschienen: 2006
Creators: Beyer, Uwe and Flentge, Felix
Title: IRRIIS - Integrated Risk Reduction of Information-based Infrastructure Systems
Language: German
Abstract:

The Integrated Project "Integrated Risk Reduction of Information-based Infrastructure Systems" (IRRIIS) shall be carried out under the motto: Enhance substantially the dependability of Large Complex Critical Infrastructures (LCCIs) by introducing appropriate Middleware Improved Technology (MIT) components within the next three years. IRRIIS will increase dependability, survivability and resilience of EU ICT-based critical information infrastructures and has the objectives to:

* determine a sound set of public and private sector requirements based upon scenario and related data analysis;

* design, develop, integrate and test MIT components suitable for preventing and limiting cascading effects and supporting automated recovery and service continuity in critical situations;

* develop, integrate, and validate novel and advanced modelling and simulation tools integrated into a synthetic environment for experiments and exercises;

* validate the functions of the MIT components using the synthetic environment and the results of the scenario and data analysis;

* disseminate novel and innovative concepts, results, and products to other ICT-based critical sectors.

IRRIIS will address the challenges of CIIP by a "diagnosis - therapy strategy" and "therapy implementation and validation approach" starting with the electrical power infrastructure and its supporting telecommunication infrastructure. After thoroughly analysing these infrastructures and their interdependencies, the synthetic simulation environment (SYNTEX) will be build. MIT components will be developed, tested and validated inside SYNTEX to demonstrate their capabilities before dissemination to potential stakeholders. The approach is open for successively including additional critical infrastructures.

The interdisciplinary research will be performed in the coming three years by a European consortium of fifteen partners, ranging from academia to key stakeholders from the fields of energy supply and telecommunication. The project is supported by the European Union Sixth Framework Programme within the area of "Information Society Technologies" with seven million Euro funding and it is co ordinated by Fraunhofer Institut Autonome intelligente Systeme (AIS).

Title of Book: CIIA Workshop 2006: Euro-Atlantic Symposium on Critical Information Infrastructure Assurance
Divisions: 20 Department of Computer Science > Telecooperation
20 Department of Computer Science
Date Deposited: 31 Dec 2016 12:59
Identification Number: Beyer06IRRIIS
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