CIPSEC will be at IEEE HOST 2018 (IEEE International Symposium on Hardware Oriented Security and Trust ) represented by University of Patras
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.
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.
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).
CIPSEC project will be presented by Ilias Spais (AEGIS) at the H2020 Clustering workshop organized by H2020 ReCRED on January 31st, in Athens.
This October, the CIPSEC consortium were busy working on seven new deliverables. We have added these deliverables (D2.2, D2.3, D2.4, D.3.1, D3.2, D3.3 and D3.4) to the CIPSEC website. A brief description of each deliverable is provided below:
CIPSEC will be at DSD 2017 (Euromicro Conference on Digital System Design ) represented by University of Patras
CIPSEC will collaborate with Cyberwatching.eu project.
Between our common objectives would be to study how KONFIDO makes an enhancement of the trust and security of interoperable eHealth services and how CIPSEC protects interconnected medical devices.
CIPSEC will be at ESORICS 2017 (22nd European Symposium on Research in Computer Security) represented by Foundation for Research and Technology - Hellas (FORTH)
First CIPSEC Training Session
Co-located with ISCC 2017
Last April, the CIPSEC consortium were busy working on several new deliverables. One of these deliverables (D5.2 ) has just been added to the CIPSEC website. A summary of each deliverable is provided below: