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An Intelligent Fault Monitoring and Risk Management Tool for Complex Critical Infrastructures: The SERSCIS Approach in Air-Traffic Surface Control

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4 Author(s)
Kostopoulos, D. ; Center for Security Studies (KEMEA), Minist. of Citizen Protection, Athens, Greece ; Leventakis, G. ; Tsoulkas, V. ; Nikitakos, N.

We provide novel results on the development of an intelligent risk management and threat monitoring visualization tool realized within the EU funded project SERSCIS (Semantically Enhanced, Resilient and Secure Critical Infrastructure Services). After a brief overview of existing risk management methods for Critical Infrastructures (CIs), the SERSCIS objectives, motivation and components we proceed in describing the highly complex task of aircraft management process and the adopted risk assessment and evaluation methodology for the implementation of the threat analysis - monitoring solution in the aircraft surface operations sector. In particular our case study and proof - of - concept prototype concentrates on the technical support and information presentation capacity to decision makers and human - in the loop - operators for optimizing the dynamic and adaptive behavior of the interconnected ICT systems in an Airport Collaborative Decision making (A-CDM) test case scenario of the European Air Traffic System.

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Computer Modelling and Simulation (UKSim), 2012 UKSim 14th International Conference on

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28-30 March 2012