This posts provides an update on the cyber-physical risk assessment and airports’ requirements (WP2). To read the previous article on WP2, please follow THIS LINK.
The goal of this work package was to do the necessary analysis and preparation before diving into the more technical packages of this project. There were four main objectives:
Figure 1: Example results of risks per asset, showing many assets with a risk above the risk appetite
Figure 2: Network representation of the asset interdependencies in Scenario #5. Color represents the flow layer and the size represents the number of incoming dependencies.
Figure 3: Common and holistic security and safety agenda
With these four objectives almost all completely met, the hands on work in the rest of the work packages of this project – such as deploying systems on the platform, making the systems communicate, deciding on what constitutes an alert – can proceed, having been informed of the as-is situation in the airports, where the weaknesses are, and what holistic approach to follow for the development of the platform.
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This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement number 832969.