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Towards a common vocabulary for crisis management scenarios

: Xie, Jingquan; Sojeva, Betim; Rome, Erich; Lückerath, Daniel

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D'Agostino, G.:
Critical Information Infrastructures Security. 12th International Conference, CRITIS 2017 : Lucca, Italy, October 8-13, 2017, Revised Selected Papers
Cham: Springer International Publishing, 2018 (Security and cryptology 10707)
ISBN: 978-3-319-99843-5
ISBN: 978-3-319-99842-8
ISBN: 978-3-319-99844-2
International Workshop on Critical Information Infrastructure Security (CRITIS) <12, 2017, Lucca>
European Commission EC
Critical Infrastructure Preparedness and Resilience Research Network
Konferenzbeitrag, Elektronische Publikation
Fraunhofer IAIS ()

Crisis management is a complex process, handling critical situations caused by natural or human-made hazards. In the response phase, crisis managers often have limited time to react on unexpected events. Hence, sufficient training during the preparedness phase of crisis management plays a vital role for correct behaviours under time pressure. Significant efforts in the research community have been invested to develop innovative IT-based crisis management training systems with one core idea in mind - create crisis scenarios with sufficient details for the targeted training purposes to better prepare crisis managers. Developing such scenarios is however a time-consuming process and involves contributing a vast amount of human efforts by crisis managers, domain experts and system engineers. T herefore, improved re-usability of well-developed and validated scenarios is of critical importance for crisis management training. To our best knowledge, a widely-accepted method to describe crisis scenarios in a machine understandable fashion is still missing - training systems are normally equipped with proprietary formats that cannot be easily shared with each other. This paper proposes a common machine-readable vocabulary to describe crisis scenarios. In addition, the corresponding software environment to support the generation and execution of crisis scenarios is also elaborated.