Critical Energy infrastructures (CEI) protection and security are becoming of utmost importance in our everyday life. However, cyber and system-theoretic approaches fail to provide appropriate security levels to CEIs, since they are often used in isolation and build on incomplete attack models, resulting in silos-like security management fragmented operational policies.
CyberSANE is an EU-funded project aiming to develop an innovative and novel system to protect Critical Information Infrastructures (CIIs) against cybercriminals and tackle current threats that could affect the operations of infrastructures related to healthcare, energy, and transportation.
The overall aim of CE-IoT is to develop an innovative framework of interplay between Circular Economy and IoT, to explore novel ways in which this interaction can drastically change the nature of products, services, business models and ecosystems.
The CE-IoT framework will be bi-dimensional and bi-directional in terms of circularity aiming to develop:
SAWSOC aims at bringing a significant advancement in the convergence of physical and logical security, meaning effective cooperation (i.e. a coordinated and results-oriented effort to work together) among previously disjointed functions. Recently some achievements have been made (e.g. SEM and SIM have merged into SIEM, and LACS and PACS have merged into IM), Security Operations Center (SOC) technology has improved significantly, but much is yet to be done.
Nier Soluzioni Informatiche (NSI), with the support of Orlandi-Leone Studio Legale, launched U2PIA, a disruptive cloud platform designed to enable the creation of in-depth analysis of the risks which Personal Data are subject to through a Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA).
The SocialPrivacy project aims to understand the issues of privacy at the level of users, commercial enterprises and society (Diagnostic Phase) and then to propose solutions (Generative Phase) which help manage the trade-offs inherent in allowing companies to access users’ personal data, while providing sufficient privacy safeguards.
TETRANE wants to further develop REVEN®, a product that automatically discovers, characterizes and helps solving nearly any software flaw that could be exploited by malicious hackers. REVEN represents the only answer to a growing social issue: cybersecurity for critical infrastructure and loss of revenue due to cyberattacks.
REVEN helps to anticipate threats by directly analysing executable binaries (source code is not needed) thanks to the mathematical simulation of processors’ physical structures. Before REVEN, it was considered impossible.
REDSENTRY aims to provide a flexible, scalable and open solution to the ever-changing threat landscape faced by the financial services sector. The threats faced by the financial services industry are varied and constantly evolving and cybercrime is the 2nd most reported type of crime by financial institutions according to PWC. The potential impact of cybersecurity incidents is tremendous as the sector accounts for €731 billion (5.9%) of the EU’s total GVA (Gross Value Added) and employs 6.4 million people.