Deliverables

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  • Summary:
    This deliverable is focused on the elicitation and analysis of the requirements associated to CIPSEC pilots. The
    elicitation and analysis process comprises the following steps:

    - STEP 1: Detailed description of the characteristics of project’s pilot domains: health, transport, and environment.
    - STEP 2: Elicitation of the requirements associated with every domain based on the characteristics identified in step 1.
    - STEP 3: Analysis of the security aspects associated with the elicited requirements.

  • Summary:

    CIPSEC proposes a security framework for Critical Infrastructures (CI). Partners contributing security solutions will demonstrate the added value of their solutions when applied on the Critical Infrastructures that are provided by the respective pilot partners. Pilot partners include the Health, Transportation, and Environment CI domains. Deliverable D1.3 “Report on taxonomy of the CI environments”, presents a taxonomy on Critical Infrastructures in general as well as their major cyber security related issues. Specifically, the report:

  • Summary:

    This deliverable describes the initial planning of CIPSEC consortium in relation to dissemination, impact creation, and exploitation activities in the frame of the project. As far as dissemination is concerned, all results of CIPSEC will be used to raise the citizens’ awareness about CIPSEC results, paying special attention to target groups and the research community as a whole, with the active involvement of all the partners.

  • Summary:

    Critical infrastructure (CI) are defined as systems and assets whether physical or virtual, extremely vital to the country that the incapacity or destruction of such systems and assets would have a debilitating impact on security, national economic security, national public health or safety, loss of life or adversely affect the national morale or any combination of these matters.

Summary:

This document reports the work carried out to deliver the first inputs and guideline for the design of the CIPSEC Framework. This work is accomplished in the context of the design task (T2.1). It takes as a starting point the pilot providers’ security requirements and the security blocks definition, both delivered in M6 - October 2016 in deliverable D1.2. Moreover, the preliminary business study, conducted in D5.1 (M6 – October 2016) has influenced the contributions of this deliverable.

The main takeaways of the document are enumerated below:

Summary:

This deliverable focuses on the detailed description of the services conceived at the beginning of the project to be integrated into the CIPSEC architecture, and how each of them will interact with other elements (products, services and users) in the complete framework.

Summary:

In the CIPSEC project D3.1 aims at a preliminary integration of the CIPSEC framework to a CI of the railway domain. DB and the according solution and service providers do this implementation. The preliminary integration will be shown in this deliverable.

Summary:

WP3 deals with the adaptation of the CIPSEC security framework into the pilots proposed in the project. In particular, it deals with the adaptation of the reference architecture defined in Task 2.1 within WP2 WP3 aims at defining three robust and specific solutions with capabilities to improve the resilience of the respective critical infrastructures. The outcomes of WP3 are to be tested in the context of WP4 in a clear interplay between the two WPs.

Summary:

In the CIPSEC project the Task 3.3 aims to integrate the CIPSEC framework into an air quality domain CI. The implementation will take place through the close collaboration between CSI and ARPA and the solution providers and related services that are part of the CIPSEC consortium. This report will describe the steps needed to get the preliminary integration.

Summary:

In this deliverable we consider the specific analysis of the three individual Pilots, Environmental, Railway and Health, which have different characteristics both in the areas in which they operate and in the safety aspects that must be taken into account, also in relation to the possible Cascading Effects that can be generated as a result of computer incidents.

The deliverable documents the final version of the CIPSEC reference architecture; offers technical details regarding the first software release of the CIPSEC platform; addresses the guidelines to follow to integrate the components and the criteria for the extension of the framework, taking the architecture as a starting point.
Second CIPSEC annual report on exploitation, dissemination and standardization: the deliverable reports the activities done in the three streams during the second year and outlines the plan for the third year of the project.
This deliverable presents a methodology and tests to evaluate the security level of critical infrastructures. In addition, this deliverable presents the CIPSEC solution deployment and the prototype building phases that has been designed to demonstrate the CIPSEC Framework.
In this document the final elements displayed in the tests by both the Hospital and the solution providers are detailed in depth, specifying where and how every appliance is implemented, not only presenting the functionalities offered by each solution but highlighting what are the security needs demanded by the HCPB that in each case have been covered.
Air Quality Monitoring System use case: the document describes the efforts carried out to deploy the CIPSEC platform in the environmental pilot.
Starting with the definition of the cascading effect concept, what the inter and intra dependencies inside the three pilots used in the CIPSEC project are, and the collection of pilot information and CIPSEC partner applications, this deliverable tries to identify some non-secondary aspects of critical infrastructure functions such as dependability. The use of the agent-based model or ABM investigation tool is also proposed, deploying realistic scenarios of events that can intervene on critical infrastructures seen as a Complex Adaptative System. Finally, with the use of Netlogo application, a programmable agent-based modelling environment, a cyberattack using virus is simulated using different initial conditions. The simulation can be traced back to the principle of securing critical infrastructures that the CIPSEC Framework wants to make more reliable and secure.
Trial scenario definitions and evaluation methodology specification: This deliverable focuses on the detailed description and definition of test scenarios that show the performance and the capabilities of the CIPSEC framework as well as on a methodology for the evaluation and validation of the results
This deliverable reviews CIPSEC architecture (general solution) and compares the tailor-made CIPSEC solution (particular solution) against security solutions which are based on individual products.

the deliverable describes the integration of the CIPSEC Framework to a critical infrastructure of the railway domain. The progress of the deployment and the architecture of the testing facility, with the CIPSEC Framework included, is shown in this document.

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