InfraStress addresses cyber-physical (C/P) security of Sensitive Industrial Plants and Sites (SIPS) Critical Infrastructures (CI) and improves resilience and protection capabilities of SIPS exposed to large scale, combined, C/P threats and hazards, and guarantee continuity of operations, while minimizing cascading effects in the infrastructure itself, the environment, other CIs, and citizens in vicinity, at reasonable cost.
SECREDAS stands for “Product Security for Cross Domain Reliable Dependable Automated Systems”. It is one of the first funded ECSEL Joint Undertaking projects which looks at security, safety and privacy across multiple application domains: Road, Rail and Health. The project consortium will build a reference architecture for Secure and Safe Automated systems compliant with the new GDPR Regulation. The project started in May 2018 and will continue until April 2021. It is co-funded through the EU ECSEL Programme and a number of national funds.
SPHINX aims to introduce a Universal Cyber Security Toolkit, thus enhancing the cyber protection of Health IT Ecosystem and ensuring the patient data privacy and integrity. It will also provide an automated zero-touch device and service verification toolkit that will be easily adapted or embedded on existing, medical, clinical or health available infrastructures.
With the emergence of the Internet of Things (IoT), industry’s digital transformation has begun by bringing new challenges. Security is one of the main concerns, due in part to recent developments in quantum computing.
EnergyShield captures the needs of Electrical Power and Energy System (EPES) operators and combines the latest technologies for vulnerability assessment, supervision and protection to draft a defensive toolkit. The toolkit combines the latest technologies for automated threat modelling and security behaviour analysis, anomaly detection and DDoS mitigation and security information and event management) The results will be validated and demonstrated in two locations: Italy (offline pilot) and Bulgaria,
The vision of ASCLEPIOS is to maximize and fortify the trust of users on cloud-based healthcare services by developing mechanisms for protecting both corporate and personal sensitive data. While researchers have developed many theoretical models that could enhance the security level of healthcare services, only a rudimentary set of techniques are currently in use. ASCLEPIOS is exploiting this gap by using several modern cryptographic approaches to build a cloud-based eHealth framework that protects users’ privacy and prevents both internal and external attacks.
The main objective of TRINITY is to create a network of multidisciplinary and synergistic local digital innovation hubs (DIHs) composed of research centers, companies, and university groups that cover a wide range of topics that can contribute to agile production: advanced robotics as the driving force and digital tools, data privacy and cyber security technologies to support the introduction of advanced robotic systems in the production processes.