New public summaries of the SECUR-ED deliverables are now available for download!

The deliverables and  public summaries can also be found in the Downloads section of the website.

 

D11.1.1 State of the Art on Security and Privacy Policies – Legislation

The present first document is the largest one and, in addition to giving an in- depth overview on the existing legislation and policies, it also gives a broad outline of the topics addressed by the two other documents giving references to their contents. That is why document D11.1.1 acts as a master document for the deliverable D11.1. Click here to read the full Deliverable

 

D11.1.2 State of the Art on Security and Privacy Policies – EU Projects

D11.1.2 is the second part of the master deliverable D11.1, and is focused on presenting the relevant EU Projects that touch upon the topics of both security in public transport and privacy and data protection. It summarizes European Projects developed at the European level in the field of Security through FP7, also recalling a few important FP6 projects which have been used as input for SECUR-ED. All relevant projects for SECUR-ED are highlighted accordingly. Click here to read the full Deliverable

 

D11.1.3 State of the Art of Security and Privacy Policies – Standardisation

The scope of D11.1.3 is “Standardisation” used as a generic word covering several categories of technical harmonisation, including official “standards”. Technical harmonisation and especially standards are strategic tools developed on a voluntary basis by the end users within a given sector to facilitate the functioning of the market and to improve the competitiveness of the sector in a global economy. Click here to read the full Deliverable

 

D34.2 Completion of the CBRN-E capacities with their standard interfaces

In the deliverable D34.1 “List of the CBRN-E technology bricks” (SCR-WP34-D-TNO-007), an overview of CBRNE detection equipment was provided. This document presents the status of the CBRNE capacities as SECUR-ED modules. Click here to read the full Public Summary

 

D36.5 Intelligent Early Warning Tool

The purpose of the capacity described here is to provide a tool that receives information/data from other SECUR-ED systems (i.e. existing detection capabilities). Click here to read the full Public Summary

 

D37.1 Emergency & Crisis Preparedness Handbook

Deliverable D37.1 “Emergency & Crisis Preparedness Handbook” is intended for PTOs of mass transit systems, such as metro, pre-metro, light rail/trams, commuter/regional trains and buses, which will need to prepare security incident response and crisis management plans and ensure that these are updated and remain effective. Click here to read the full Public Summary

 

D41.3 Interfaces compliance and validation report

This deliverable D41.3 named “Interfaces compliance and validation report” is the final document relative to “Architecture and interoperability” in the SECUR-ED project. Several topics are described starting from what was agreed as a design base in D41.2 “Detailed architecture and set of ICDs” and explaining the adaptations done to allow performance of the demonstrations. In a second part, focus is made on the detailed interfaces finally chosen allowing the integration of solutions in a legacy environment, with the example of Paris. Click here to read the full Public Summary

 

D44.3 Integration for Milan demonstration

This deliverable describes the architecture, the methods used, the integration specification for the demonstration scenarios and the integration planning related to all Milan experimentations. The aim is to describe how Partners in WP44 “Milan demonstration” develop the integration of different tools, security systems, procedures, standards, capacities, making them working all together in order to reach the Demonstrations goals. Click here to read the full Public Summary

 

D52.5 Risk Management Report for additional cities

The purpose of deliverable D52.5 is to describe experiences made and results obtained through application of SECUR-ED methodologies for security audit (D51.1) and risk assessment (D31.2). The report covers both evaluation of the usability of the methodologies for medium sized/small operators, experiences on how to employ the methodologies to obtain efficient and high quality results (do’s and don’ts), and summaries describing potential security gaps/problems disclosed through application of the methods. Click here to read the full Public Summary

 

11
Jul
posted in: News by Andrei Ciufu
Comments Off