Technology Readiness Level

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Cluster Workshop
on Cybersecurity
Michele Bezzi (SAP)
Kazim Hussain (ATOS)
SecCord & CYSPA
Projects
12/12/2013
Cluster Workshop on Cybersecurity
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Introduction
Objective: build together a map of current
projects along three dimensions:
• Cybersecurity objective (as extracted from EU
Cybersecurity Strategy),
• Target sector/s
• Technology readiness
Cybersecurity dimension
Map the project according concepts extract
from Strategic Priorities and Actions of EU
Cybersecurity Strategy Document.
http://ec.europa.eu/information_society/newsro
om/cf/dae/document.cfm?doc_id=1667
(see details in the appendix)
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Other (security) tools.
Specify in one-word
International Cooperation
Preventing masssurveillance/censorship
Data Protection
Confidence Building (trust)
Cryptography
Coordination Research
Agendas
Security Economics
Security Labels (Certification)
Transparency about security
Cyberdefence
Secure Internet for children
Threat analysis
Forensic tools
Legal Framework
NIS Education and Training
Raising Awareness
Cyber-incidents simulation
Public-Private Partnership
Incident Reporting
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Risk Management
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PoSecCo
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SecCord
Secure service
discovery
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ASSERT4SOA
Information Sharing
Project
Sector dimension
Map project to (primary) sectors impacted (usecases, pilot, main target of the technology,
partners,…)
• Provide one word description per sector
• If Sector not listed: add it under “Other”
• If “Cross-Cutting” provide one-word
description of the technology
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Primary Target Sectors
Project
ASSERT4SOA
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Transport
eGov
Certification
for services
Energy
ICT
Certified
Marketplace
Finance
Health
Other
(specify)
CrossCutting
Defense
Secure
service
discovery
….
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Technology readiness
dimension
Map project to Technology readiness, based on
the levels (see next slide)
Technology Readiness typically evolve during
project lifetime
• Consider level per year
• Insert future years based on plan/estimation
between brackets, (2014)
• Project finishing year in red
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Technology Readiness Level
(adapted from NASA level)
Description
Basic principles observed and reported
Technology concept and/or application
formulated
Technology
Readiness Level
1
Basic Technology
Research
2
Research to
Prove Feasibility
Analytical and experimental critical function
and/or proof of concept
3
Software component validation in testbed
4
Software component validation in a relevant
environment (actual use case)
5
Software system/prototype validation in a relevant
environment (pilot)
6
Software system/prototype validation in a realworld scenario (large scale pilot)
7
Actual software system completed & validation in
a real-world scenario
8
Actual system ready for commercialization
9
Technology
Development
Technology
Demonstration
System
Development
Production
System
Technology Readiness
Basic Technology
Research
Project
ASSERT4SOA
Research to
Technology
Prove Feasibility Development
Technology
Demonstration
1
2
3
4
5
2011
2011
2012
2012
2013
2011
2011
2011
2012
2013
System
Development
6
7
Production
System
8
9
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PoSecCo
2013
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References
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NASA Technology Readiness Level, Mankins, John C. Technology Readiness Levels: A White
Paper". NASA, Office of Space Access and Technology, Advanced Concepts Office. (also
discussion in SecCord Deliverable D6.1)
Cybersecurity Strategy of the European Union: An Open, Safe and Secure Cyberspace JOIN(2013) 1 final - 7/2/2013
http://ec.europa.eu/information_society/newsroom/cf/dae/document.cfm?doc_id=1667
Proposal for a Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council concerning measures to
ensure a high common level of network and information security across the Union - COM(2013)
48 final - 7/2/2013 – EN
http://ec.europa.eu/information_society/newsroom/cf/dae/document.cfm?doc_id=1666
CSP Forum and SecCord http://www.cspforum.eu/
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Appendix
Next slide provides the list of concepts
extracted from EU Cybersecurity Strategy
documents, and used in the map.
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EU Cybersecurity Strategies
Priorities and concepts
1.
Cyber resilience
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2.
Information sharing & mutual assistance amongst NIS authorities
Best practice for sharing
Risk Management
Incident Reporting
Public-Private Partnership
Cyber-incidents simulation
Raising Awareness
NIS Education and Training
Reducing cyber crime
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3.
Legal framework
Forensic Tools
Threat Analysis
Other tools
NIS Training for law enforcement
Better internet for children
Information sharing & mutual assistance
4.
Develop the industrial and technological resources for
cybersecurity
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5.
Transparency about security in ICT Products
Security Labels (Certification)
Security Economics
Coordination Security Research Agendas
Cryptography
Coherent international cyberspace policy for EU
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Confidence Building & transparency
Data Protection
Preventing mass-surveillance/censorship
International cooperation
Cyberdefence policy and capabilities related to the
Common Security and Defense Policy (CSDP)
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Cyberdefence policy
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