Critical Information Infrastructure Security: Third International Workshop, CRITIS 2008, Rome, Italy, October 13-15, 2008

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Roberto Setola, Stefan Geretshuber
Springer Science & Business Media, Sep 21, 2009 - Business & Economics - 396 pages
This volume contains the proceedings of the Third International Workshop on Critical Information Infrastructure Security (CRITIS 2008), which was held - tober 13-15, 2008 in Villa Mondragone (Rome), Italy, and was co-organized by AIIC (The Italian Society of Critical Infrastructures Experts) and ENEA (The Italian National Agency for New Technology, Energy and the Environment). This year's workshop was focused on an interdisciplinary and multifaced - alogue about the third millennium security strategies for critical information infrastructures (CII) and their protection (CIP). The aim was to explore the new challenges posed by the CII, bringing together researchersand professionals from universities, private companies and public administrations interested in all security-related aspects, and actively involved in the scienti?c communities at a national, European and trans-European level. More than 70 papers were submitted to the conference, which were screened by a very selective double-blind review process to identify the 39 papers selected for presentation, based on their signi?cance, novelty and technical quality. - visions were not checked and the authors bear full responsibility for the content of their papers. CRITIS 2008 also had six outstanding invited speakers: Erol Gelenbe (- perial College, UK), Massoud Amin (University of Minnesota, USA), George Apostolakis(MIT, USA), AndreaValboni(Microsoft, Italy), SujeetShenoi(U- versity of Tulsa, USA) and Angelo Marino (DG Information Society and Media, European Commission).
 

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Contents

Blackouts in Power Transmission Networks Due to Spatially Localized Load Anomalies
1
Stability of a Distributed Generation Network Using the Kuramoto Models
14
Enabling System of Systems Analysis of Critical Infrastructure Behaviors
24
Information Modelling and Simulation in Large Interdependent Critical Infrastructures in IRRIIS
36
Multilevel Dependability Modeling of Interdependencies between the Electricity and Information Infrastructures
48
Interdependency Analysis in Electric Power Systems
60
A Federated AgentBased Approach
72
Selfhealing and Resilient Critical Infrastructures
84
A Structured Approach to Incident Response Management in the Oil and Gas Industry
235
Security Strategy Analysis for Critical Information Infrastructures
247
Cooperation in Disasters
258
Service Modeling Language Applied to Critical Infrastructure
271
Graded Security Expert System
279
Protection of Mobile Agents Execution Using a Modified SelfValidating BranchBased SoftwareWatermarking with External Sentinel
287
Adaptation of Modelling Paradigms to the CIs Interdependencies Problem
295
Empirical Findings on Critical Infrastructure Dependencies in Europe
302

Critical Infrastructures Security Modeling Enforcement and Runtime Checking
95
The INSPIRE Project
109
Increase of Power System Survivability with the Decision Support Tool CRIPS Based on Network Planning and Simulation Program PSScircRSINCAL
119
Information Modelling and Simulation in Large Dependent Critical Infrastructures An Overview on the European Integrated Project IRRIIS
131
Assessment of Structural Vulnerability for Power Grids by Network Performance Based on Complex Networks
144
Using Centrality Measures to Rank the Importance of the Components of a Complex Network Infrastructure
155
An Interactive Network Topology Visualization Tool with Visual Auditing Support
168
Quantitative Security Risk Assessment and Management for Railway Transportation Infrastructures
180
Assessing and Improving SCADA Security in the Dutch Drinking Water Sector
190
Analysis of Malicious Traffic in ModbusTCP Communications
200
Scada Malware a Proof of Concept
211
Testbeds for Assessing Critical Scenarios in Power Control Systems
223
Dependent Automata for the Modelling of Dependencies
311
Application of IPK Information Preferences Knowledge Paradigm for the Modelling of Precautionary Principle Based DecisionMaking
319
Disaster Propagation in Heterogeneous Media via Markovian Agents
328
A Study on Multiformalism Modeling of Critical Infrastructures
336
Simulation of Critical ICT Infrastructure for Municipal Crisis Management
344
An OntologyBased Approach to Blind Spot Revelation in Critical Infrastructure Protection Planning
352
Security of Water Infrastructure Systems
360
A Multilevel Protection Architecture
368
Challenges Concerning the EnergyDependency of the Telecom Infrastructure
376
An Effective Approach for Cascading Effects Prevision in Critical Infrastructures
386
Author Index
394
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