shaping the Common European RISK Information Space | Data Spaces Blueprint | Version 0.5 | September 2023
In a recent posting on “Elements of a Digital Strategy for Information Management in Safety and Security” There is one of the “selected challenges” named “Creating the Common European RISK Information Space”
This should be listed in an overarching Strategy and then details of how to structure and implement such “Common European RISK Information Space” should be specified in an appropriate Roadmap.
To make it clear for those less familiar with Information Infrastructure issues, we show that the principles behind current proposals are by far not to be elaborated from the ground.
Principles of structure and applications are broadly available is other domains, while it is due time for shaping Safety & Security Information Management in similar ways.
In the following we recommend “off the shelf” concepts and blueprints to be adapted for the benefit of up-to-date / state-of-the-art Information Management practice.
(please note the essential difference of “digitalization” with respect to “Information Management” )
Reference: existing Common European Data Spaces
shaping the Common European RISK Information Space for Safety & Security
reference: existing Common European Data Spaces
Data Spaces Blueprint | Version 0.5 | September 2023
The Blueprint is a consistent and comprehensive set of guidelines to support the development cycle of data spaces. In the blueprint, you can find the conceptual model of data space, data space building blocks, and the recommended selection of standards, specifications and reference implementations identified in the data spaces standards and technologies landscape.
further Reading: Open Access Book
Real-time Linked Dataspaces
Enabling Data Ecosystems for Intelligent Systems
Still, the whole sphere of process modeling notation and implementation is not elaborated in a way that conforms to the requirements of roles, use-cases, situations, “just-in-time” information providing, decision support and action as is typical for all RISK facets.