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CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE RISK ASSESSMENT SUPPORT CIRAS PROJECT OVERVIEW 1st Stakeholders’ Workshop Katowice, March, 5th, 2015 Jaime Martín Pérez, Project.

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1 CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE RISK ASSESSMENT SUPPORT CIRAS PROJECT OVERVIEW 1st Stakeholders’ Workshop Katowice, March, 5th, 2015 Jaime Martín Pérez, Project coordinator

2 Introduction Project: EC’s DG HOME CIPS programme - Co-funded by the Prevention, Preparedness and Consequence Management of Terrorism and other Security-related Risks Programme of the European Union - Grant Agreement: CIRAS (HOME/2013/CIPS/AG/4000005074) Aim: to protect citizen and CIs from terrorist attacks and other security incidents. Duration: 2 years (Sept, 2014 – Sept, 2016) Total funding: circa 700k Eur

3 Consortium Consortium partners: R&I HQ, Madrid, Spain (Coordinator) Katowice, Poland Munich, Germany

4 Where does CIRAS come from? ValueSec Project www.valuesec.eu FP7-Topic SEC-2010.6.4-1 Cost-benefit analysis of the present and future security measures in Europe Duration: 3 years (Feb, 2011 – Jan, 2014) Budget: 4.473.885€ Aim: support decision making processes with a toolset assessing security measures from different perspectives  including societal, economic and political points of view

5 ValueSec decision framework Aggregated results #1 Public mass event #2 Mass transportation RRA – Risk Reduction Assessment CBA – Cost-Benefit Assessment QCA – Qualitative Criteria Assm. #3 Air transport/airport #4 Communal security planning #5 Cyber threats Threats Assets Social values Budget Security measures to assess Decision contexts

6 CIRAS Project goals Define a novel Risk Assessment and Management approach for critical infrastructures including: – Interdependencies – Cascading effects – Escalation of consequences

7 CIRAS Project goals(II) Provide a methodology and application for the assessment of risks in a wide range of CI considering several threats – Identification of needs  large aceptance – Help harmonisation of CIP processes in Europe

8 Link with ValueSec ValueSec pillars will be revisited to focus on CI Specific use cases for CIs will be prepared focus on CIs

9 CIRAS Workflow Requirements & Concept DesignImplementation Validation Dissemination & Exploitation Management & Coordination

10 Project WorkPackages WP0: Management and Coordination of the Project (ATOS) WP1: Requirements and concept of the tool (CESS) WP2: Design of the CIRAS tool (EMAG) WP3: Implementation of the CIRAS tool (ATOS) WP4: Validation (CESS) WP5: Dissemination and Exploitation (EMAG)

11 WP0: Management and Coordination of the Project Coordination and overall legal, financial, and administrative management of the project: – set a management process for the project and the consortium – to review and assess the progress done according to the defined aims  Quality and Risk Assurance – Reporting and communication with the EC

12 WP1: Requirements and Concepts Identify needs and expectations of Cl stakeholders in the range of tools and methods  Questions; Needs; Your Feedback Specify requirements for the CIRAS tool for risk assessment and management, Plan the use cases and their development for experimentation

13 WP2: Design of the CIRAS tool Tool architecture design – Based on ValueSec project – Updated to fulfill CIRAS needs Functional design – requirements defined in WP1 – stakeholders’ needs – analysis of existing solutions Software design – Definition of uses cases, data structures, data mechanisms, user interface solutions – software engineering tools, UML

14 WP3: Implementation of the CIRAS tool Software development – Development of components – Integration, including additional sw implementations, scripts, configuration… Test plan: unit & overall testing Preparation of user documentation

15 WP4: Validation Scenarios/ Use Cases Specification Experiments in co-operation with an associated partner or external stakeholder from the given sector – Input data – Tool setup Evaluation of results: Performance, Flexibility, Usability  User Acceptance

16 WP5: Dissemination and Exploitation Promotion of the project, activities and results To develop dissemination means and strategies To actively involve external stakeholders, To disseminate results via conference papers, presentations and publications To provide maximum exploitation of project results by project partners in their regular business To provide sustainability of project results.

17 Next public events 2nd stakeholders’ workshop – focused on use cases – Location: Munich – Date: end 2015 / beginning 2016 Final Conference – summary of project activities and achievements – Location: Madrid – Date: Before summer 2016

18 Thank you for your attention! Jaime Martín Pérez Project Coordinator ATOS Spain jaime.martinp@atos.net +34 912148908 www.cirasproject.eu Co-funded by the Prevention, Preparedness and Consequence Management of Terrorism and other Security- related Risks Programme of the European Union


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