The goal of IRIS Pilot Use Case 2 (first wave) to evaluate IRIS platform tools for cyber incident response and recovery for an autonomous transportation case study was successfully completed! Pilot Use Case 2 was led and organised by the FinEst Centre for Smart Cities on 27 March 2024. PUC 2 focused on a cyber attack scenario where telemetry from the autonomous vehicle is manipulated to affect the integrity of decision-making of the Urban Operating Platform (UoP), a system used for transportation planning. During PUC 2, consortium partners also evaluated selected tools from the IRIS platform to support cyber attack detection and incident response in an AI-based system and supporting infrastructure.  Once again several stakeholders from CERTs and the Transport sector attended the pilot use case and gave valuable feedback.

The second and final round was held successfully in Tallinn, Estonia in June 2024.

PUC 2 Facts:

Focus: Protection of the AI-enabled infrastructure of the autonomous transport system (AV shuttle and the Remote Operation
Centre) available in Tallinn against potential orchestrated attacks.

Place: Tallinn, Estonia

Expected outcomes:
• Minimization of the impact of the attack by
identifying the threat, self-recovering from it and
sharing the corresponding intelligence with other
related system operators and platforms
• Assisting system operators to identify if specially crafted data,
designed to confuse AI-based decision making, (e.g., spoofed/
fuzzed) are received from onboard vehicle sensors, or injected directly to APIs

End Users: CERTs/CSIRTs, CI security operators

The 1st round presentation and The 2nd round presentation