Critical Information Infrastructure Security: 5th International Workshop, CRITIS 2010, Athens, Greece, September 2010, Revised Papers

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Christos Xenakis, Stephen Wolthusen
Springer Science & Business Media, Jun 24, 2011 - Business & Economics - 161 pages
This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-proceedings of the 5th International Workshop on Critical Information Infrastructure Security, CRITIS 2010, held in Athens, Greece in September 2010. The 12 revised full papers and two poster papers presented went through two rounds of reviewing and improvement and were selected from 30 submissions. The papers included address various techniques to realize the security of systems, communications, and data.
 

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Contents

The MIA Project Results
1
A Quantitative Risk Analysis Approach for Deliberate Threats
13
The EU FP6 Integrated Project IRRIIS on Dependent Critical Infrastructures Summary and Conclusions
26
An Endogenous View of Interorganizational Effects
43
Early Warning System for Cascading Effect Control in Energy Control Systems
55
Emergency Response with Proactive CrowdSourcing Reverse111
67
Anonymity and Privacy in Distributed Early Warning Systems
81
A Formal Adversary Capability Model for SCADA Environments
93
A Cloud ProviderAgnostic Secure Storage Protocol
104
StateBased Firewall for Industrial Protocols with CriticalState Prediction Monitor
116
A Formally Verified Mechanism for Countering SPIT
128
Trust and Reputation for Information Exchange in Critical Infrastructures
140
A Modelling Approach for Interdependency in Digital SystemsofSystems Security Extended Abstract
153
Risk Ontology and Service Quality Descriptor Shared among Interdependent Critical Infrastructures
157
Author Index
161
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