JRA7: Internet as Critical Infrastructure; Security, Resilience and Dependability                 Aspects                 ...
WP Objectives Bring together experts from different sectors  for a more systematic approach to the  criticality of the In...
WP Tasks R7.1 Resilient and Robust Services R7.2 Planning and Evaluation of Critical  Resources R7.3 Impact of Social B...
R7.1 Resilient and Robust Services How can resilient and robust services be provided?   Share insights and approaches  ...
R7.2 Planning and Evaluation of Critical Resources How critical infrastructures can be planned?   Tools / Methods to dis...
R7.3 Impact of Social Behaviour How technology and social behaviour interact to produce threats?   Flash  crowds, flash ...
R7.4 Dependability and Perception of Threats How threats are perceived, selected and  responded to?   Perception of risk...
R7.5 Impact of Intentional Behaviour How risk arising from intentional behaviour can be analysed?   Understand    rules,...
R7.6 Critical infrastructures in future Internets How protected resources found in social  organisations can operate in t...
WP Action List for the 1st Year Deliverables     D7.1.1 Overview on Methods and Tools for Resilient      Services (M18) ...
Interdependencies with other WPs With the foundational JRA1-3   solutions for resilience / dependability in    architect...
WP Impact Internet is and will be critical infrastructure  A  systematic approach for critical infrastructures    needed...
Issues to be discussed and decided First meeting How to organize work and exchange for the tasks Plan a public event (l...
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The Network of Excellence in Internet Science aims to achieve a deeper multidisciplinary understanding of the Internet as a societal and technological artefact.
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Network of Excellence in Internet Science (JRA7 Internet as critical Infrastructure; Security, Resilience & Dependability Aspects, G. Carle, TUM)

  1. 1. JRA7: Internet as Critical Infrastructure; Security, Resilience and Dependability Aspects Kick-off Meeting Brussels, 21-22 December 2011 Georg Carle (TUM) Network of FP7-ICT-2011.1.6-288021 EINS Excellence in Internet Science
  2. 2. WP Objectives Bring together experts from different sectors for a more systematic approach to the criticality of the Internet Evaluate the various existing and up-coming technologies to improve resilience and dependability Study the impact of social and intentional behaviour Understand human perception of threats and failures EINS Kick-off Meeting Brussels, December 21-22, 2011
  3. 3. WP Tasks R7.1 Resilient and Robust Services R7.2 Planning and Evaluation of Critical Resources R7.3 Impact of Social Behaviour R7.4 Dependability and Perception of Threats R7.5 Impact of Intentional Behaviour R7.6 Critical infrastructures in future Internets EINS Kick-off Meeting Brussels, December 21-22, 2011
  4. 4. R7.1 Resilient and Robust Services How can resilient and robust services be provided?  Share insights and approaches  Categorize existing solutions  Potential of emerging technologies Impact of severe incidents and solutions for severe incidents Partners: TUM, UoS, IIN, CNR, OXF, UNI PASSAU, UiO EINS Kick-off Meeting Brussels, December 21-22, 2011
  5. 5. R7.2 Planning and Evaluation of Critical Resources How critical infrastructures can be planned?  Tools / Methods to discover bottlenecks and check for weaknesses  Assess cost and potential utility / level of protection of remediation schemes Combine technical aspects with economics Partners: TUM, UoS, IIN, UNI PASSAU, NKUA EINS Kick-off Meeting Brussels, December 21-22, 2011
  6. 6. R7.3 Impact of Social Behaviour How technology and social behaviour interact to produce threats?  Flash crowds, flash mobs, social amplification of attacks  Self-fulling tendencies, social cascades What does this imply for providing vital services? Partners: ULANC, TUM, NKUA, NEXA, CNR EINS Kick-off Meeting Brussels, December 21-22, 2011
  7. 7. R7.4 Dependability and Perception of Threats How threats are perceived, selected and responded to?  Perception of risks in soceity, leads to a certain behaviour of users  Impact on actual threats Collect existing activities, stimulate innovative future research combining CS with psychology and social sciences Partners: ULANC, TUM, NEXA EINS Kick-off Meeting Brussels, December 21-22, 2011
  8. 8. R7.5 Impact of Intentional Behaviour How risk arising from intentional behaviour can be analysed?  Understand rules, conventions and procedures that systems rely on when protecting resources  How will malicious and non-malicous users form their intentions? Risk Analysis based on user intentions Partners: ULANC, IIN, NKUA, NEXA EINS Kick-off Meeting Brussels, December 21-22, 2011
  9. 9. R7.6 Critical infrastructures in future Internets How protected resources found in social organisations can operate in the context of a future Internet.  Vitalservices are realized in certain ways today.  Do they use methods that contradict architectural aspects of a future Internet? Transition from critical services today to critival services in future Internets Partners: ULANC, UoS, IIN, OXF EINS Kick-off Meeting Brussels, December 21-22, 2011
  10. 10. WP Action List for the 1st Year Deliverables  D7.1.1 Overview on Methods and Tools for Resilient Services (M18)  D7.2.1 Social aspects in understanding Internet as critical infrastructure and implications for future networks (M18)  D7.3.1 Reports on integration and excellence building in Internet as critical infrastructure (M15) Bring together participants of workpackage and individual tasks First draft versions of deliverables. EINS Kick-off Meeting Brussels, December 21-22, 2011
  11. 11. Interdependencies with other WPs With the foundational JRA1-3  solutions for resilience / dependability in architecture  evaluate proposals with respect to WP goals With JRA5  JRA7 solutions need security  Many threats have impact on objectives JRA5 and JRA7 EINS Kick-off Meeting Brussels, December 21-22, 2011
  12. 12. WP Impact Internet is and will be critical infrastructure A systematic approach for critical infrastructures needed  Existing solutions, up-coming technologies, future options WP will stimulate cross-sector research on Internet as critical infrastructure EINS Kick-off Meeting Brussels, December 21-22, 2011
  13. 13. Issues to be discussed and decided First meeting How to organize work and exchange for the tasks Plan a public event (like workshop, etc.)? EINS Kick-off Meeting Brussels, December 21-22, 2011

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