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D4.1 - Supervised RIs: Defining resilience indicators based on risk assessment frameworks

 
: Øien, Knut; Bodsberg, Lars; Hoem, Å.; Øren, Anita; Grøtan, Tor Olav; Jovanovic, Aleksandar; Choudhary, Amrita; Jelic, M.; Petrenj, Boris; Tetlak, K.; Kokejl, Roswitha; Djurovic, S.; Rosen, T.; Husta, Stefan; Lanzrath, Marian; Pusch, Thorsten; Suhrke, Michael; Walther, Gerald; Székely, Zoltán; Macsári, I.; Bouklis, P.; Lykourgiotis, K.; Markogiannakis, M.; Sanne, Johan; Bergfors, Linus; Ekholm, Hanna Matschke; Eremić, Svetozar; Bezrukov, Dmitrij; Blazević, D.; Molarius, Riitta; Koivisto, Raija; Auerkari, Pertti; Pohja, Rami; Tuurna, Satu

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Erstellt am: 16.3.2018


Stuttgart, 2017, VIII, 275 S.
European Commission EC
H2020-Secure societies - Protecting freedom and security of Europe and its citizens; 700621; SmartResilience
Smart Resilience Indicators for Smart Critical Infrastructures
Englisch
Bericht, Elektronische Publikation
Fraunhofer INT ()
resilience; resilience assessment; resilience methodology; infrastructure resilience level

Abstract
This report describes candidate resilience issues and indicators to be used when assessing, predicting and monitoring resilience of Smart Critical Infrastructures (SCIs). A total of 233 candidate issues and 1264 indicators are provided for various threats, SCIs and the five phases of the resilience cycle used in the SmartResilience project. Structured candidate issues and indicators are mainly provided by collecting existing issues/indicators from the risk, safety, security, crisis management, business continuity and similar domains, considering resilience as an "umbrella". The main intended reader is the person (user) – within a city or area, or a specific SCI – who is responsible for performing the resilience assessment, prediction or monitoring, including carrying out necessary calculations. This can be an in-house person performing e.g. self-assessment, or it may be an external assessor. The issues and indicators presented in this report and stored in the SmartResilience database are candidate issues and indicators. Each user is responsible for finding a relevant and complete set of issues and indicators for his/her own case study. The report may be used together with the SmartResilience methodology and the Guideline for assessing, predicting and monitoring resilience of SCIs developed in the SmartResilience project. The report provides information about the name and description of issues and the corresponding indicators for various SCIs, threats and resilience phases. More detailed information about each indicator such as how to measure the indicator, recording frequency and proposed target values, is provided in the SmartResilience database. The database will be continuously updated during the remaining part of the SmartResilience project, thus superseding the information provided in this report. Gaps and quality matters revealed in the report should be considered when updating the database.

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