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Deliverable D2.3 - System Architecture and Technical Specifications

: Polemi, Nineta; Papastergiou, Spyros; Karantjias, Athanassios; Drosos, Nikos; Gouvas, Panagiotis; Duzha, Armend; Bianchi, Manuel; Campana, Flavio; Erler, Timo; Schauer, Stefan; Mouratidis, Haris; Pavlidis, Michalis; Rekleitis, Evangelos

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Created on: 26.1.2017

Brussels: European Commission, 2016, 43 pp.
European Commission EC
H2020; 653212; MITIGATE
Multidimensional, integrated, risk assessment framework and dynamic, collaborative Risk Management tools for critical information infrastructures
Report, Electronic Publication
Fraunhofer IML ()
MITIGATE; WP2; system architecture; system components; component-interactions; security management; risk management; supply chain services; standards; cyber-security; port security; risk assessment; visualization; simulation; open intelligence analytics; game theory; Big Data

This deliverable reflects the outcomes of task T2.5 and provides details regarding the high level architecture of the MITIGATE risk management system. More specifically, this deliverable provides information regarding the various components that comprise the high level architecture and elaborates on the interdependencies between them. Per each component a specific analysis is performed regarding the offered functionalities and the component-interactions that are required. MITIGATE envisages to deliver a unified environment where sophisticated risk management features will be offered taking under consideration complex supply chain services that are executed among organizations. Such features include collaborative risk assessment, intuitive visualization, simulation and open intelligence analytics. These features are offered based on the smooth integration of the aforementioned components. The componentization and the identification of components’ interdependencies along with their interactions, that this deliverable provide, constitute an essential input to D3.1 where normative interfaces will be defined.