Enhancing Critical Infrastructure Protection with innovative SECurity framework

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Unified security framework for Critical Infrastructures

CIPSEC will allow easy integration of heterogeneous systems to its framework with reduced adjustment, notably anomaly detection, anti-malware, cyber-security detection and prevention, distributed denial of service, and hardware security platforms.

CIPSEC will collect and process input from multiple sources and will provide monitoring for the complete Critical Infrastructure.

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Additional services: Security ecosystem

CIPSEC will offer a complete set of additional services to reliably support the proposed technical solutions at a professional demanding level, among which industrial control system vulnerability tests, studies for cascade effect attacks, contingency plans, and innovative forensics analysis are included.

Training courses and certification will be also provided.

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Transportation, Health and Environment monitoring pilots

Through the identification of a requirements baseline for security and resilience within pilots, CIPSEC will be endorsed under true conditions and real infrastructures.

CIPSEC will supply an overall solution, suitable for transportation, health and environment sectors both at module level (for each industry and security facet) and at system level (the complete framework).

Latest updates

As part of the effort dedicated to optimizing the impact on Europe's technology leadership, the consortium is participating in venture capitals and business angels' events with a four-fold intention:

Any project has a motivation. The CIPSEC partners are engaged in an exciting adventure to solve a major and complex challenge.

We are glad to announce the release of three new communication videos, already available on Youtube.

The CIPSEC Consortium has released deliverable D4.2, entitled "System ready for validation activities". This document reports the efforts done to make sure that everything works correctly in the three deployments done in the respective pilots.

The SAINT workshop gathered representatives of several EU projects in the fields of cybersecurity and privacy. It took place in Athens, at the premises of NCSR Demokritos. CIPSEC was presented by Manos Athanatos (FORTH) in a nice talk that attracted the interest of the audience.

The 54th TF-CSIRT meeting took place on 24th and 25th May in Warsaw, Poland, kindly hosted by CERT-OPL and CERT.PL.

The CIPSEC Consortium has released 10 new Deliverables, corresponding to the April 2018 milestone, upon conclusion of the second year of the project. These deliverables have been added to the CIPSEC website. A brief description of each deliverable is provided below:

Hosted by WOS the CIPSEC Consortium was holding a general assembly in the city of Barcelona (Spain) on May 9th-10th 2018. The meeting was focused on the analysis of the status of the deployment in the three pilots and in the arrangement of the logistics

Hosted by AEGIS the CIPSEC Consortium was holding a general assembly in the city of Athens (Greece) on February 21st-22nd 2018.

Hosted by Bitdefender the CIPSEC Consortium was holding a general assembly in the city of Bucharest (Romania) on October 17th-18th 2017.

Hosted by UPC the CIPSEC Consortium was holding a general assembly in the town of Vilanova i La Geltrú, located in Barcelona area (Spain) on June 12th-13th 2017.

CIPSEC will be at TrustCom-18 (The 17th IEEE International Conference On Trust, Security And Privacy In Computing And Communications) represented by University of Darmstadt (TUD)