Middleware Improved Technology for Interdependent Critical Infrastructures - MIT Requirements
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The interactive workshop addressed:
- Representatives from operators of Large Complex Critical Infrastructures (LCCI) in particular from the telecommunication and energy supply sectors
- Technology developers and providers
- Researchers, working in the field of Critical (Information) Infrastructure Protection (CIIP)
The objective of this Workshop was to establish with the stakeholders a common agreement about the effectiveness of the proposed MIT solutions to reduce the vulnerability of interdependent infrastructures.
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Back to back to the workshop, the EU IST project
Critical Information Infrastructure Research Co-ordination (CI2RCO) was organising its 2nd International Conference on Critical Information Infrastructure Protection. The main objective of the final conference of the CI2RCO project was to present its elaborated R&D Agenda on CIIP. For more information on this conference which took place on 7. February 2007 at the Holiday Inn Hotel Rome West, too, please see at
Presentation of the project objectives, main activities and results
Issues to consider in the design of the MIT Communication Core
Presentation of the MIT requirements from the TSO perspective
Introduction to the IRRIIS MIT Add-On Components
Scenario analysis: approach and results.
Introduction to the IRRIIS Simulation SimCIP, state of the art, SimCIP demo, open quiestions and future work.
MIT communication and risk management language.
Open questions and elaboration of requirements for the IRRIIS MIT components
Introduction to IRRIIS testing platform
MIT requirements for the Telecom sector