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The Cyberwatching.eu PROJECT HUB is Europe’s ONLY complete and unabridged compilation of EU-funded research projects on cybersecurity topics. It was created specifically to facilitate information transfer, communication and cross-pollination.

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  • CONNECT with the researchers

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P5

The goal of the P5 project is an intelligent perimeter proactive surveillance system that works robustly under a wide range of weather and lighting conditions and that has strong privacy preserving features. The system will monitor the region outside the security area of critical buildings and infrastructure, and give early warning if terrestrial or airborne threats are detected. This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement number 312784.

OPERANDO

The goal of the OPERANDO project is to specify, implement, field-test, validate and exploit an innovative privacy enforcement platform that will enable the Privacy as a Service (PaS) business paradigm and the market for online privacy services. This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement number 653704.

OLYMPUS

OLYMPUS will address the challenges associated to the use of privacy-preserving identity management solutions by establishing an interoperable European identity management framework based on novel cryptographic approaches applied to currently deployed identity management technologies. In particular, OLYMPUS will employ distributed cryptographic techniques to split up the role of the online IDP over multiple authorities, so that no single authority can impersonate or track its users. This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement number 786725.

OCTAVE

While simultaneously relieving end-users from the inconvenience of dealing with textual passwords, the OCTAVE platform will reduce the economic and practical burdens related to password loss and recovery. This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement number 647850.

OCRE

The Open Cloud for Research Environments (OCRE) consortium combines the expertise of four partners to enable access and drive the adoption and use of commercial digital services by the European research community. Essential for interdisciplinary research, these services include Commodity type commercial digital services (IaaS, PaaS, Saas) and Secure Earth Observation commercial services. This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement number 824079.

NECS

The European Network for Cybersecurity (NECS) was formed in response to the increased need of highly qualified experts able to cope with all the aspects of the European cybersecurity strategy that is currently under implementation. This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement number 675320.

NECOMA

The NECOMA project addresses objective (c), Cybersecurity for improved resilience against cyber threats, of the ICT-EU Japan Coordinated call FP7-ICT-2013-EU-Japan. It aims at providing new means to understand cyberthreats and to mitigate their effect on infrastructure and endpoints. This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement number 608533.

CyberWiz

The ICT environments of critical infrastructures (such as energy distribution systems) are composed of a large number of systems connected to form a complex system of systems. Recent initiatives to upgrade power systems into smart grids target an even tighter integration with information technologies to enable the integration of renewable energy sources, local and bulk generation and demand response. To fully estimate the security of an enterprise’s system architecture, a large number of issues must be considered.

CYBERWISER.eu

CYBERWISER.eu pragmatically addresses the urgent need to count on highly-skilled, multi-disciplined cybersecurity professionals, given the increasingly aggressive cyber-landscape that Europe and the world is facing.

CyberSec4Europe

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The Blog Post "Taxonomy of Threat Landscape" was written by CyberSANE Partner, Julio Navarro from S2 Group.

Future Events

From the 2nd to the 4th December 2020, CyberSANE will participate in C4IIoT’s Virtual International Winter School on Cybersecurity.

During this virtual event, the CyberSANE project will be presented by our own Quality Assurance ManagerManos Athanatos from FORTH. The presentation will take place on Thursday 3rd December at 10:30!

02/12/2020 to 04/12/2020

Paris Blockchain Week Summit will bring together 1,700+ entrepreneurs, investors and medias from all over the world to talk about blockchain and cryptocurrency in order to make France the first G20 country to create a business-friendly environment for our rapidly growing ecosystem.

09/12/2020 to 10/12/2020

Deliverables Research

This deliverable is the first in a series of publications over the duration of the cyberwatching.eu project, related with to methodology for the classification of projects/services and their Market Readiness.

We present in this report a visualisation of EC supported activities in the area of Cybersecurity and Privacy that allows possible exploiters of the outputs of these projects to understand their status.

This document presents a view of the European cyber security and privacy research and innovation ecosystem with a view of getting input and feedback via a survey and the concertation meeting held on 26 April 2018 in Brussels.
A key component of developing this deliverable was to target research projects in the field of cyber security in the current cyber security framework. To this aim, a survey was sent out to projects in cyber security in the EU. All the projects were also invited to the First Concertation Meeting, which was held on 26 April 2018 in Brussels. Feedback from that first Concertation meeting is included in this deliverable.

One of the objectives of the Cyberwatching.eu project is to support projects in the cybersecurity domain in classifying and clustering themselves and others into meaningful groups of common topics and concerns to generate synergies and collaboration.