BIECO

The general objective of BIECO is to develop a framework that enables measurable, risk-based trust while developing, deploying and operating complex interconnected ICT systems.

Objectives

We aim to achieve this by handling the reliability and trust aspects of ecosystem participants (ICT systems, ICT system components and actors) within the supply chain.

The following shows the specific SMART (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic, Time-bound) objectives of the project, taking into account the challenges of this kind of complex ecosystems.

Framework

Providing a framework that allows reinforcing trust in ICT supply chains (WP2).

Vulnerability assessment

Performing advanced vulnerability assessment over ICT supply chains (WP3).

Achieving resilience

Achieving resilience in ecosystems formed by unreliable components (WP4).

Extending auditing

Extending auditing process to evaluate interconnected ICT systems (WP5).

Advanced risk analysis

Provide advanced risk analysis and mitigation strategies that support a view of the complete ICT supply chain (WP6).

Security assurance

Perform evidence-based security assurance and a harmonized certification for ICT systems (WP7).

Industrial validation

Industrial validation of BIECO’s framework within IoT ecosystems (WP8).

About BIECO

The rationale behind BIECO’s concept is to deliver a framework for improving trust and security within ICT supply chains. These are complex ecosystems comprising several heterogeneous technologies, processes, actors (e.g., end-users, software or hardware providers and organizations) and resources, all of which generate or exchange data forming extremely complex information management systems.

NEWS

WP2 activities November

During November, WP2 partners have been refining the representations of data flows and component structures of the BIECO framework, which will be some of the core elements included in Deliverable 2.4. Even in the remote setting, interesting discussions have been...

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WP5 meeting

In the meetings of November, the members of WP5 have fine-tuned the user interaction with the Auditing Component, part of the BIECO framework. Demo’s preparation is progressing with benefits from profitable and interesting discussions between WP5 members. Taking...

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Presentation of BIECO’s project report at ICTSS21

Presentation of BIECO’s project report at ICTSS21

the 33rd IFIP International Conference on Testing Software and Systems (ICTSS)On 11th of November, Ricardo Silva Peres from UNINOVA presented a summary of WP2 in the Project Report of BIECO titled „The BIECO Conceptual Framework Towards Security and Trust in ICT...

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NIST Bug Framework – BIECO taxonomy Sync

NIST Bug Framework – BIECO taxonomy Sync

On 16th of November we‘ve had the honour to synchronize on WP4 research activities with experts from NIST, INMETRO and Ericsson. Productive discussions with Irena Bojanova (NIST: https://www.nist.gov/people/irena-bojanova ), Carlos Galhardo (INMETRO...

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WP5 – Specification of the check Trajectory

WP5 – Specification of the check Trajectory

On 17th of Nov. we have deepened the specification of the check Trajectory function within the local planner of the robotic use case. This step brings us further towards creation of horizontal abstraction for the digital twin creation.

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WP4 meeting

WP4 meeting

BIECO WP4Within WP4 today we have explored the extent to which the ICT GW Use Case developed by RESILTECH within Net2DG project can accommodate runtime downloads of new functionalities and/or runtime..

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