Critical Infrastructure Preparedness and Resilience Research Network

Havarneanu, Grigore M. and Hämmerli, Bernhard M.
About the importance of soft factors in CI(I)P
European CIIP Newsletter, Issue 23, 10(1):5

Abstract: Increasing the resilience of European Critical Infrastructures through science requires closer collaboration of projects with similar scope, close communication with end users and links to EU policy.

Krishna, Varun Badrinath
ARIMA-Based Modeling and Validation of Consumption Readings in Power Grids
European CIIP Newsletter, Issue 23, 10(1):29-31

Abstract: The goal of this project is to mitigate electricity theft due to attackers who hack smart meters and under-report electricity consumption. Such attacks have begun taking place in Europe and, if gone unchecked, pose a Any indication, circumstance, or event with the potential to disrupt or destroy critical infrastructure, or any element thereof (EU, 2006)
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to the availability of power supply, a The European Council Directive 2008/114/EC defines: ‘Critical infrastructure’ (CI) means an asset, system or part thereof located in Member States which is essential for the maintenance of vital societal functions, health, safety, security, economic..
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critical infrastructure

Brugnoli, Maria Cristina
CI2C Critical Infrastructures and Cloud Computing: understanding crosssectorial criticalities and security practices
European CIIP Newsletter, Issue 23, 10(1):9-10

Abstract: The goal of the CI2C project is to investigate and is focused on enhancing the security and resiliency of Cloud Computing and Critical Information Infrastructures (CIIs).

Theocharidou, Marianthi
CIPedia© is here!
European CIIP Newsletter, Issue 23, 10(1):44

Abstract: An online community service by the CIPRNet Project.

Loubinoux, Jean-Pierre
CRITIS 2016: 11th International Conference on Critical Information Infrastructures Security - Call for Papers
European CIIP Newsletter, Issue 23, 10(1):39-41

Abstract: The 11th edition of CRITIS takes place in Paris, France, October 10-12, 2016.

Di Mauro, Carmelo and Rosato, Vittorio
European CIIP Newsletter, Issue 23, 10(1):27-28

Abstract: The International Emergency Management Society Conference, Roma September 30 - October 2, 2015.

Laggner, Benno
European CIIP Newsletter, Issue 23, 10(1):15-16

Abstract: Foreign policy and diplomacy are enablers of international cooperation, which is essential for countering global cyber risks to critical infrastructures. Switzerland is committed to promoting the three core components of international cooperation: a framework of rules, trust and capacity.

Jaggi, Christoph
Layer 2 Encryption: Securing Carrier Ethernet and MPLS Networks against Espionage and Attacks
European CIIP Newsletter, Issue 23, 10(1):23-26

Abstract: Advanced encryption solutions provide protection for mission-critical data networks at layer 2, 2.5 and 3 of the OSI network protocol stack.

Deniau, Virginie
SECRET EU project: Security of Railways against Electromagnetic Attacks
European CIIP Newsletter, Issue 23, 10(1):13-14

Abstract: This FP7 EU project ended in November 2015 and delivered a series of recommendations to better prevent and protect rail infrastructure from intentional electromagnetic interferences.

Choras, Michal and Mlynarek, Patrycja
Smart grid networks: models & communities
European CIIP Newsletter, Issue 23, 10(1):35-38

Abstract: Overview on standards, communities and advancement.

Rebuffi, Luigi
Towards a competitive European Digital Single Market
European CIIP Newsletter, Issue 23, 10(1):7-8

Abstract: EOS represents the interest of European security suppliers including large companies, SMEs, research centres, universities, clusters and associations. Our work and purpose is to provide a platform of collaborative work, insightful exchange of ideas and best practices between the European Institutions, the Member States and our Members.

D’Agostino, Gregorio and Scala, Antonio
Understanding Systemic Interdependencies
European CIIP Newsletter, Issue 23, 10(1):17-21

Abstract: The increasing complexification of our society is creating and tightening interdependencies among all its A (network) component is an object in a ŽCI model e.g. a generator, a pump, a transmission line, a physical transport, a node, a substation. Components have Žattributes and Žuser-specified behaviour.
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systems; it is thus crucial to understand the consequences of such evolution. We will discuss how such interdependences can lead to systemic effect of uncertainty on objectives
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, i.e. to the emergence of unforeseen behavior that could have not been predicted from the understanding of the single systems. In this chapter we will pose some examples of systemic interdependencies and introduce some tools and models that allow to understand their possible consequences in socio-technical systems; we will then revise some reference literature with particular attention to complex networks approaches.

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