Do you remember those old times, some decades ago, when computers could take a whole room? Do you remember how big they were?
Exploitation as understood in the context of EU-funded projects is the part of the project that deals with the use of the results for commercial purposes or in public policymaking, as the European
Cybertech is the cyber industry’s foremost B2B networking platform conducting industry-related events all around the globe. From Tel Aviv and Rome, to Tokyo, Singapore, Panama, and more. This is a good place to learn all about the latest technological innovations, threats, and solutions to combating threats within the global cyber arena.
The Conference took place on the 28-30.1.2019. There were 15000 attendees, 170 speakers, 210 companies, 90 startups, 160 delegation.
For the past couple of years, threat actors have consistently targeted organizations in the energy, utility and other sectors. Cyberattacks on critical infrastructure have become increasingly more complex and more disruptive, causing systems to shut-down, disrupting operations, or simply enabling attackers to remotely control affected systems.
From our last Newsletter, on March 2018, new milestones and new dissemination actions have been successfully achieved. At this stage of the project we have accomplished most of the objectives and goals proposed at the beginning of the project. A brief report of the main achievements of CIPSEC emphasizing into the dissemination and the technical aspects of the work that has been performed.