This DYANBIC objective will be pursued by delivering new socio-technical methods, models and tools to support resilience through holistic business continuity risk management and control in operation, and dynamic adaptation of responses at multiple planes of action: system, human and organization planes.
DYNABIC will elaborate the Multi-Aspect Digital Twin (MADT) concept and build resilience solutions on top of the use of the MADT of the critical infrastructure under analysis. The MADT will allow to make analyses and predictions on potential business disruptions and their propagation in critical infrastructures, which may be connected to others in the same domain or in cross-domain.
The project will deliver the DYNABIC Framework that will enable Europe's critical infrastructure operators to predict, quantitatively assess and mitigate in real-time business continuity risks and their potential cascading effects.
- DYNABIC use cases cover four types of critical infrastructures: Energy, Road, Hospital and Telecom
- Data and AI will be the core of DYNABIC's technical solutions.
- The DYNABIC consortium include universities, research institutes, large companies, small and medium enterprises, a public hospital and a national cybersecurity authority.
Industrial use cases
The DYNABIC framework will be validated in two types of demonstrations:
i) Smart Preparedness, prevention, and response to Business Disruption risks in 4 critical infrastructures and supply chains (EV charging stations, Critical transport services, Telco services, and Hospital services).
ii) Smart Preparedness and Response to Cascading Business Disruption risks in interconnected Critical Infrastructures.
TECNALIA from Spain is the project coordinator. SINTEF is in charge of the key concept, the Multi-Aspect Digital Twin for Business Continuity. The consortium comprises 15 partners from 7 countries,