INcreasing security and protection through infrastructure REsilience: The INSPIRE project

D'Antonio, S. and Romano, L. and Khelil, A. and Suri, Neeraj (2009) INcreasing security and protection through infrastructure REsilience: The INSPIRE project. In: Critical Information Infrastructure Security. Springer, pp. 109-118. ISBN 3642035515

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The INSPIRE project aims at enhancing the European potential in the field of security by ensuring the protection of critical information infrastructures through (a) the identification of their vulnerabilities and (b) the development of innovative techniques for securing networked process control systems. To increase the resilience of such systems INSPIRE will develop traffic engineering algorithms, diagnostic processes and self-reconfigurable architectures along with recovery techniques. Hence, the core idea of the INSPIRE project is to protect critical information infrastructures by appropriately configuring, managing, and securing the communication network which interconnects the distributed control systems. A working prototype will be implemented as a final demonstrator of selected scenarios. Controls/Communication Experts will support project partners in the validation and demonstration activities. INSPIRE will also contribute to standardization process in order to foster multi-operator interoperability and coordinated strategies for securing lifeline systems. © 2009 Springer Berlin Heidelberg.

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