AMICI: An Assessment Platform for Multi-domain Security Experimentation on Critical Infrastructures [chapter]

Béla Genge, Christos Siaterlis, Marc Hohenadel
2013 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This paper presents AMICI, a new Assessment/analysis platform for Multiple Interdependent Critical Infrastructures (CIs). Its architecture builds on our previous work and uses Emulab to recreate ICT software and hardware components and Simulink to run the physical process models. Our previous framework is extended with software components to provide a set of capabilities that would enable the analysis of complex interdependencies between multiple CIs: flexible integration of multiple physical
more » ... ocess models; opened architecture to enable interaction with ad-hoc software; support experimentation with real software/malware; automated experiment management capabilities. The applicability of the approach is proven through a case study involving three CIs: ICT, power grid and railway.
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-41485-5_20 fatcat:s74utiphsfg2vh7n6xcuuaeafa