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Deliverable D1.2.1 – Report of the Scenario Analysis
IRRIIS project aims to increase dependability, survivability and resilience of ICT-based critical infrastructures. The basis for this work is the formulation of the two different future scenarios describing the telecommunication and electricity infrastructures related future world in 2015. This report aims to describe the procedure to produce the scenarios and finally the scenarios themselves. The scenarios serve as basic input material for the following project phases i.e. risk analysis and the determination of the requirements for the concrete targets of the project i.e. SimCIP simulation environment and MIT components.
Deliverable D1.2.1.pdf
Deliverable D1.3.1 - Catalogue of Requirements for SimCIP
This document describes the requirements and the use cases which have been identified for the SimCIP (SYNTEX) simulation environment. The aim has been to develop general requirements for a generic simulation environment (but always having electric power and telecommunication infrastructure as first IRRIIS test bed in mind).
Deliverable D1.3.1.pdf
Deliverable D1.3.2 - List of available and suitable simulation components
The purpose of this document is to identify, to list and to compare tools and components suitable for simulation of critical infrastructures. Those must be suitable to model and simulate electricity supply and telecommunication critical infrastructures CIs, their (inter)dependencies and behaviour (normal CIs behaviour as well as behaviour in case of failure by identifying the cascading effects). Suitable tools will then be associated and integrated within SimCIP.
Deliverable D 1.3.2.pdf
Deliverable D1.4.2 - Report on Workshop WS 1.4 Results
This report provides an overview of the second public IRRIIS workshop ‘ Middleware Improved Technology (MIT) for increased resilience of interdependent Critical Infrastructures'. The objective of the workshop was to establish common agreement with the stakeholders about the effectiveness of the proposed Middleware Improved Technology (MIT) solutions applied to critical infrastructure protection, and to stimulate discussion in which new middleware solutions could be suggested. The workshop presentations gave an overview of the main IRRIIS research results about the MIT up to the workshop, which were evaluated and in some cases elaborated.

The workshop focused on the actual progresses in the requirement and design of MIT components. The following topics came up for consideration:

  • Requirements for telecommunication and energy supply sector;
  • Evaluation of MIT concepts;
  • ICT-support;
  • MIT communication (components);
  • MIT add-on components;
  • Interfaces for integration into existing systems.
Deliverable D1.4.2.pdf
Deliverable D2.1.1 - Intermediate report on LCCI topology and vulnerability assessment
The analysis of Large Complex Critical Infrastructures (LCCIs) can be carried out at different levels. The basic level is provided by the analysis of their topological structure which can be carried out on basic (sharable and unrestricted) structural data. In fact, LCCIs can be mapped onto complex graphs which can be analysed by methods recently developed in Graph Theory. These analyses might provide interesting insights on the networks’ properties, particularly on their “structural vulnerability” and be the starting point for the definition of dynamical model of the networks’ functioning to be used for the study of more complex properties, such as, for instance, LCCI interdependency.
Deliverable D2.1.1.pdf
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