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Deliverables

Modelling and spcifications for Integrated, Collaborative and Predictive Security

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Summary
This deliverable describes the FINSEC integrated models and building blocks of the FINSEC approach. The specifications here will be determined additionally by the work done in D2.1 Requirements Analysis and Reference Scenarios.
The deliverable provides a set of specifications for the FINSEC architecture and framework covering the approach for integrated, collaborative and predictive security that will feed into the work done in the technical workpackages 3, 4 and 5. In so doing it shows the main components that will facilitate a combined cyber/physical approach to security. The deliverable providesintegrated models of physical and cyber assets and their relationships including a proposal for the overall FINSEC Data Model. It provides an approach for predictive security analytics combining both the algorithmic approaches and
the architecture to support the analytics process. Finally, the deliverable provides an approach by which to model the security processes in financial services critical infrastructure based on international standards including ISO 27001, ISO 28000, ISO 27005 and ISO 31000 amongst others.