Type of disaster addressed: High-risk of cyber-attack could also be enacted during natural hazards (weather extremes, fires, floods) for disguise
Type of danger addressed: Stoppage of life line supply (health cares, education, electricity, water and heating), disruption of government and industrial/economic activities, social trauma (fear of chaos), and functional disarray
Special vulnerable groups: Everyone in the crisis area is vulnerable.
Other groups / communities: Residents in neighbouring countries, visitors and the entire EU community
Tools or technologies used: Usage of mobile positioning data and algorithms forecasting population’ locations and behaviour, mobility patterns and demand for aid and relief, and trajectories for emergency proliferation
Method of analysis: Scenarios, research and policy workshops, first respondent table top exercises, mobile positioning data for upgrades of rescue/evacuation procedures and researching population's behavior based on previous crises scenarios.
Real-life condition: Global Risk Report (2016) where 750 security and defence experts from around the world emphasized that high-risk of cyber terrorism against Estonia in near future will impose damaging consequences on its population and economy
Beneficiaries: The entire European Union community
Innovation outcomes: Practical innovation derived from application of technology for improved risk assessment and more effective harm prevention. Monetary savings due to more precise resource planning, staffing, and operational efficiency. Demo of GDPR compliance under high-risk circumstances for the EU-wide proliferation.