• Jun 18, 2019 - Jun 18, 2019
  • Control and Protection, Compliance Management, Risk Management

Description

SPARTA is a novel Cybersecurity Competence Network, supported by Europe’s H2020 program, with the objective to develop and implement top-tier research and innovation cooperative actions. Strongly guided by concrete challenges forming an ambitious Cybersecurity Research & Innovation Roadmap, SPARTA will setup unique collaboration means, leading the way in building transformative capabilities and forming a world-leading Joint Competence Centre Infrastructure. From basic human needs (health) to economic activities (energy, finance, and transport) to technologies (ICT and industry) to sovereignty (eGovernment, public administration), four research and innovation Programs will push the boundaries to deliver advanced solutions to cover emerging challenges.

The SPARTA consortium, led by CEA, assembles a balanced set of 44 actors at the intersection of scientific excellence, technological innovation, and societal sciences in cybersecurity. Together, along with SPARTA Associates, they aim at re-thinking the way cybersecurity research, innovation, and training are performed in Europe across domains and expertise, from foundations to applications, in academia and industry.

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Programme/Client:
EUROPEAN COMMISSION / H2020-SU-ICT-03-2018


  • Jul 01, 2014 - Mar 31, 2016
  • Security and Safety by Design, Risk Management

Description

The OBJECTIVE of TACIT will be the definition and development of a framework for the assessment of risk and impact of cyber attacks in smart grids. The framework will be used in the risk analysis and assessment phase of CIP and will support the simulation of the relevant cyber-attacks to smart grids, in order to better design the reactive measures in these infrastructures. The framework will lead to a significant improvement on the knowledge and capacities of European CI providers to develop and maintain resilient energy infrastructures. TACIT will validate and improve the framework by performing a series of end-user tests simulating cyber attacks on running smargrids to derive appropriate recommendations to enhance cyber security in smartgrids and by getting feedback through the celebration of a European-wide workshop attended by experts and relevant stakeholders.
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Programme/Client:
EUROPEAN COMMISSION OPI - SECURITY AND SAFEGUARDING LIBERTIES PROGRAM HOME/2013/CIPS/AG-4000005111


  • Mar 01, 2014 - Sep 01, 2015
  • Risk Management

Description

TIER objective is the development of a comprehensive and integrated strategy for emergency response in case of use of Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear materials, as well as Explosives, based on threat identification and risk assessment. The project will rely on a solid background developed by the partners in previous projects, with regard to training needs and activities in emergency situations (DITAC; EMDM; WORKPAD), threat identification (TIDES), risk assessment related to chemical and nuclear sector (TRIAL; NoMiracle; DECOTESSc1) TIER covers 18 months from the kick-off
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Programme/Client:
EUROPEAN COMMISSION- OPI / SECURITY AND SAFEGUARDING LIBERTIES PROGRAM HOME-2012-ISEC-AG-GENERAL CALL


  • Apr 16, 2013 - Oct 16, 2014
  • Risk Management

Description

The main objective of TRIAL is to develop a knowledge management system in order to prevent potential threats to chemical goods supply chain (production, storage, transportation). This aim is coherent with the following goals identified in the EU CBRN Action Plan: • Develop EU lists of high-risk CBRN materials and risk-based approaches to security (TRIAL will establish a list of high-risk chemical goods, assessing its potential for being used for malicious purposes and the possible impact) • Enhance the security of high risk CBRN materials and facilities (TRIAl will develop criteria on assessing security arrangements at high-risk chemical facilities) • Enhance control over high risk CBRN materials (TRIAL will investigate on potential risks associated with trade of chemicals over the Internet, on potential security gaps in the supply chain) • Improve the identification and reporting of suspicious transactions and behaviour (TRIAl will develop guidelines for the industry, the public authorities and the research community containing criteria identifying the forms of behaviour, in relation to transactions, which may give rise to suspicion) • Enhance the security of transport (TRIAL will exchange good practices concerning the transport of chemical goods and identify security requirements for logistics enterprises for the transport of high-risk materials)
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Programme/Client:
EUROPEAN COMMISSION OPI / SECURITY AND SAFEGUARDING LIBERTIES PROGRAM; EC HOME/2012/ISEC/AG/C B RN


  • Jun 01, 2013 - Nov 30, 2014
  • Risk Management

Description

RISC is about developing a convergent methodology which links both physical and logical security for Critical Infrastructures. This deliverable presents a work of identification of relevant convergence trends in CI (Critical Infrastructure) arena. These trends will be brought from both academic and industrial (state of practice) sectors – stakeholders focusing in the pan-European scope and particularising some international important convergent trends. RISC is about creating a methodology for converging physical and logical and for doing that we will need to identify and analyse main convergence trends for analysing what these trends are about and how they address future physical and cybersecurity convergence.

Programme/Client:
EUROPEAN COMMISSION / OPI - SECURITY AND SAFEGUARDING LIBERTIES PROGRAM; HOME-2012-CIPS-AG