aegis- accelerating EU-US Dialogue for Research and Innovation in Cybersecurity and Privacy

The AEGIS project is implementing an interactive work plan to facilitate exchange of views, policies and best practices between Europe and the US, in order to stimulate cooperation around cybersecurity and privacy Research and Innovation, and contribute in shaping the future global cybersecurity and privacy landscape.

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Programme: H2020

Duration: 01.05.2017-

End year: 2020

Advanced networked agents for security and trust assessment in CPS / IoT architectures

A holistic solution enabling trust and security by-design for Cyber Physical Systems (CPS) based on IoT and Cloud architectures.

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Programme: H2020

Duration: 01.01.2017 – 31.12.2020

End year: 2020

ANIKETOS – Secure and Trustworthy Composite Services

ANIKETOS provides methods for analysing, solving, and sharing information on how new threats and vulnerabilities can be mitigated. A platform is constructed for creating and maintaining secure and trusted composite services. Specifications, best practices, standards and certification work related to security and trust of composite services are promoted for inclusion in European reference architectures.

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Programme: FP7-ICT – Specific Programme “Cooperation”: Information and communication technologies

Duration: 01.08.2010 – 31.05.2014

End year: 2014

Advanced Secure Cloud Encrypted Platform for Internationally Orchestrated Solutions in Healthcare

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Programme: H2020-EU.3.1.5.1.

Duration: 01.12.2018 -30.11.2021

End year: 2021

ASPIRE strong software protection for mobile devices

The ASPIRE project will develop strong software protection solutions that can be broadly applied to a wide range of application domains and that can provide security in environments where either no hardware-based security is available or as a complement to existing hardware-based security solutions.

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Programme: FP7-ICT – Specific Programme “Cooperation”: Information and communication technologies

Duration: 11.2013 – 10.2016

End year: 2016

Computer Aided Cryptography Engineering (CACE)

The CACE project offers concrete support to cryptographic software engineers. The project developed a toolbox, made up of components addressing specific software development problems and processes, that allows non-experts to develop high-level cryptographic applications and business models. In practice, some of the tasks that would be usually performed by highly skilled developers are automated by the CACE tools (e.g. compilers and debuggers), enabling the developers to deliver a better quality and more robust software at a much lower cost.

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Programme: FP7-ICT – Specific Programme “Cooperation”: Information and communication technologies

Duration: 01.2008 – 12.2010

End year: 2010

Constructing an Alliance for Value-driven Cybersecurity

 

CANVAS is a multisectoral alliance that will (1) structure existing knowledge, (2) design a network for exchanging knowledge and generating insights across domains, and (3) disseminate the insights gained through three means: A reference curriculum for value-driven cybersecurity with a focus on industry-training, briefing packages for policy stakeholders, and a MOOC (massive open online course) on value-driven cybersecurity.

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Programme: H2020-EU.3.7. – Secure societies – Protecting freedom and security of Europe and its citizens

Duration: 01.09.2017 – 31.09.2019

End year: 2019

Enhancing critical infrastructure protection with innovative security framework

 

Creation of an unified security framework that orchestrates state-of-the-art heterogeneous security products to offer high levels of protection in Information Technology and Operational Technology departments of Critical Infrastructures.

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Programme: H2020

Duration: 01.05.2016 – 30.04.2019

End year: 2019

Center for Internet Security

 

CIS® (Center for Internet Security, Inc.) is a forward-thinking, non-profit entity that harnesses the power of a global IT community to safeguard private and public organizations against cyber threats.

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Type: Initiative

Ecosystem for collaborative manufacturing processes

Development of a digital automation framework that optimizes the manufacturing processes by exploiting existing data, knowledge and tools to increase productivity and dynamically adapt to changing market requirements.

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Programme: H2020

Duration: 01.09.2016 – 31.08.2019

End year: 2019

CREDENTIAL – Secure Cloud Identity Wallet

The CREDENTIAL project addresses the need for a secure and privacy-preserving cloud-based identity management and data-sharing platform. The project puts users in full control of the data and attributes they want to share, while keeping their data hidden from the cloud provider, thus giving high authenticity guarantees to its data receivers.

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Programme: H2020

Duration: 2015 – 2017

End year: 2017

Cloud Security Alliance

The Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) is the world’s leading organization dedicated to defining and raising awareness of best practices to help ensure a secure cloud computing environment. CSA harnesses the subject matter expertise of industry practitioners, associations, governments, and its corporate and individual members to offer cloud security-specific research, education, certification, events and products.

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Type: Initiative

Cyber Security Hub

The Cyber Security Hub is an online news source for global cyber security professionals and business leaders who leverage technology and services to secure the entire perimeter in their enterprise.
We’re dedicated to providing the latest industry news, thought leadership, and analysis in the cyber security space. Cyber Security Hub’s expert commentary, tools, and resources are developed through obtaining data and interviewing end-users and analysts throughout the industry to deliver practical and strategic advice.

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Type: Initiative

seCUre and pRivate hEalth data eXchange

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Programme: H2020-EU.3.1.5.1.

Duration: 01.12.2018 – 01.12.2021

End year: 2021

Cyberwatching.eu The European watch on cybersecurity privacy

 

Cyberwatching.eu is the European observatory of research and innovation in the field of cybersecurity and privacy. This project contributes to making the Digital Single Market a safer and more trusted by promoting the uptake and understanding of cutting-edge cybersecurity and privacy services which emerge from Research and Innovation initiatives across Europe. First to benefit are SMEs who will have unlimited access to a marketplace and catalogue of new services that can improve their services and ensure that cybersecurity becomes a unique selling point for them.

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Programme: H2020

Duration: 2017 –

End year: 2020

CyberWISER – Cyber Range and Capacity Building in Cybersecurity

 

CYBERWISER.eu is a European initiative that addresses the need for effective, user-friendly environments dedicated to training of professionals in the field of cybersecurity. The project will consider the needs of both private and public end-users, preparing organisations’ response and decision-making processes, especially in the evolving regulatory context, leveraging on state-of-the-art methodologies and tools successfully tested in operational environments and taking the advantage of a rigorous, high-impact validation phase with 3 full-scale pilots, one in academia, and two in critical infrastructures (energy and transport).

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Programme: H2020

Duration: 11.2018 (30 months)

End year: 2021

Support to a Digital Health and Care Innovation initiative in the context of Digital Single Market strategy

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Programme: H2020-EU.3.1.5.1.

Duration: 01.01.2019 -31.12.2021

End year: 2021

Diversity enhancements for security information and event management

Enhance existing SIEM systems with diversity-related technology to improve the quality of events collected, add support for collecting infrastructure-related information, create new ways for visualising the information, and allow the use of multiple storage clouds for secure long-term archival.

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Programme: H2020

Duration: 01.09.2016 – 31.08.2019

End year: 2019

European Cyber Security Organisation (ECSO) ASBL

NPO under belgien law, ECSO represents the industry-led contractual counterpart to the European Commission for the implementation of the Cyber Security contractual Public-Private Partnership (cPPP). ECSO members include a wide variety of stakeholders such as large companies, SMEs and Start-ups, research centres, universities, end-users, operators, clusters and association as well as European Member State’s local, regional and national administrations, countries part of the European Economic Area (EEA) and the European Free Trade Association (EFTA) and H2020 associated countries.The main objective of ECSO is to support all types of initiatives or projects that aim to develop, promote, encourage European cybersecurity.

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Type: Initiative

Duration: Established in June 2016

Encrypt – European Network of Excellence in Cryptology

The Ecrypt project and its successor Ecrypt-II aim to ensure a durable integration of European research in both academia and industry and to maintain and strengthen the European excellence in these areas. In order to reach this goal, leading players propose to integrate their research capabilities within three virtual labs focusing on symmetric key algorithms, public key algorithms and protocols, and hardware and software implementation. A NoE that brought together 32 leading research institutes, universities and companies.

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Programme: H2020

Duration: 01.08.2008 – 31.01.2013

End year: 2013

European Union Agency for Network and Information Security

ENISA is actively contributing to a high level of network and information security (NIS) within the Union, since it was set up in 2004, to the development of a culture of NIS in society and in order to raise awareness of NIS, thus contributing to proper functioning of the internal market.

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Type: Initiative

Duration: Established 2004

Eustix Alliance

Non-profit organization supporting the development and usage of electronic identities. Eustix focuses on the discussion about how to balance the requirements of data security, freedom of expression and public safety and the consiliation on proposals to transform discussion results into technical realities.

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Type: Initiative

Privacy preserving federated machine learning and blockchaining for reduced cyber risks in a world of distributed healthcare

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Programme: H2020-EU.3.1.5.1.

Duration: 01.01.2019 – 31.12.2024

End year: 2024

Enterprises intangible Risks Management via Economic models based on simulatioN of modErn cyber-aTtacks

HERMENEUT assesses vulnerabilities of organisations and corresponding tangible and intangible assets at risk, taking into account the business plans of the attacker, the commoditisation level of the target organisations, the exposure of the target and including human factors as well as estimating the likelihood that a potential cyber-attack exploits identified vulnerabilities.

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Programme: H2020

Duration: 01.05.2017 – 30.06.2019

End year: 2019

INTEGRATE – Virtual Physiological Human

The INTEGRATE environment will enable: Collection, preservation, management and reuse of data collected within multi-centric clinical trials. These unique comprehensive datasets will be made available through uniform interfaces to support information sharing and collaborative knowledge generation. Multi-disciplinary collaboration, providing an environment and tools that support researchers across domains, institutions and industries to jointly contribute to research objectives, develop common methodologies and complex analyses, and efficiently make use of each other’s expertise and results.

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Programme: FP7-ICT – Specific Programme “Cooperation”: Information and communication technologies

Duration: 01.02.2011 – 31.10.2014

End year: 2014

Interoperable EHRs at user edge

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Programme: H2020-EU.3.1.5.1.

Duration: 01.01.2019 – 30.06.2022

End year: 2022

KONFIDO – Secure and Trusted Paradigm for Interoperable eHealth Services

KONFIDO advances the state of the art of eHealth technology with respect to four key dimensions of digital security, namely: data preservation, data access and modification, data exchange, and interoperability and compliance. To address the challenges of secure storage and exchange of eHealth data, protection and control over personal data, and security of health related data gathered by mobile devices, KONFIDO takes a holistic approach – i.e. one targeting all the architectural layers of an IT infrastructure, and specifically: storage, dissemination, processing, and presentation. KONFIDO builds on and extends the results of a best of breed selection of successful projects, notably: epSOS, STORK, DECIPHER, EXPAND, and ANTILOPE.

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Programme: H2020-EU.3.7.4. , H2020-EU.3.1.

Duration: 01.11.2016 – 31.10.2019

End year: 2019

MAnagement of Security information and events in Service InFrastructures

Objective of MASSIF is to achieve a significant advance in the area of Security Information and Event Management (SIEM). On the base of proper multi-level event correlation MASSIF will provide innovation techniques in order to enable the detection of upcoming security threats and trigger remediation actions even before the occurrence of possible security incidences. Thus, MASSIF will develop a new generation SIEM framework for service infrastructures supporting intelligent, scalable, and multi-level/multi-domain security event processing and predictive security monitoring.

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Programme: FP7-ICT – Specific Programme “Cooperation”: Information and communication technologies

Duration: 01.10.2010 – 30.09.2013

End year: 2013

MISP – Open Source Threat Intelligence Platform & Open Standards For Threat Information Sharing

A threat intelligence platform for sharing, storing and correlating Indicators of Compromise of targeted attacks, threat intelligence, financial fraud information, vulnerability information or even counter-terrorism information. Discover how MISP is used today in multiple organisations. Not only to store, share, collaborate on cyber security indicators, malware analysis, but also to use the IoCs and information to detect and prevent attacks or threats against ICT infrastructures, organisations or people.

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MUSES – Multiplatform Usable Endpoint Security

MUSES aims for greater engagement of the user in the security of corporate information systems. The research project has developed the prototype of a software that provides security guidance to the user by offering real-time, context-based recommendations.

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Programme: FP7-ICT – Specific Programme “Cooperation”: Information and communication technologies

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European Network for Cyber-Security

The project fosters a multi-sectorial/disciplinary approach for tackling all cybersecurity aspects – as also recognized by the European Network and Information Security (NIS) platform recently established by the EU to contribute to the strategy firmly based on a public/private cooperation.

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Programme: H2020-EU.1.3.1. Fostering new skills by means of excellent initial training of researchers

Duration: 01.09.2015 – 31.08.2019

End year: 2019

Network of Excellence on Engineering Secure Future Internet Software Services and Systems (NESSoS)

 

The Network of Excellence on Engineering Secure Future Internet Software Services and Systems (NESSoS) aims at constituting and integrating a long lasting research community on engineering secure software-based services and systems.NESSoS will also impact training and education activities in Europe to grow a new generation of skilled researchers and practitioners in the area.

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Programme: FP7-ICT – Specific Programme “Cooperation”: Information and communication technologies

Duration: 01.10.2010 – 31.03.2014

End year: 2014

Protection and PrivAcy of hospital and health iNfrastructures with smArt Cyber sEcurity and cyber threat toolkit of dAta and people

The project will execute on a leanly-orchestrated research workplan, which envisages continuous involvement of the end-user Partners at three European health care centres, including also devices utilised in remote care & homecare settings. Ultimately, PANACEA delivers two toolkits for cyber security assessment and preparedness of Healthcare ICT infrastructures and connected devices: the Solution Toolkit and the Delivery Toolkit.

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Programme: H2020-EU.3.1.5.1.

Duration: 01.01.2019 – 31.12.2020

End year: 2020

PANOPTESEC – continuous cyber security monitoring and response capability

The PANOPTESEC consortium crates a beyond-state-of-the-art prototype of a cyber defence decision support system, demonstrating a risk based approach to automated cyber defence that accounts for the dynamic nature of information and communications technologies (ICT) and the constantly evolving capabilities of cyber attackers.The goal of the PANOPTESEC project is to deliver a continuous cyber security monitoring and response capability.

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Programme: FP7-ICT – Specific Programme “Cooperation”: Information and communication technologies

Duration: 2014 – 2016

End year: 2016

PANORAMIX – Privacy and Accountability in Networks via Optimized Randomized Mix-nets

PANORAMIX develops a European infrastructure for secure communications based on mix-nets which are cryptographic overlays for network communication with the capability to eliminate meta-data information. Even though they are a privacy-enhancing technology, mix-nets can also have suitable accountability features by design. PANORAMIX comes as a response to the need for privacy in a highly connected world where personal information becomes increasingly an item of high valuation and exchange between companies and governments and aims at empowering European citizens in terms of managing their privacy.

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Programme: H2020

Duration: 01.09.2015 – 2017

End year: 2017

Platform for Innovation of Procurement and Procurement of Innovation

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Programme: H2020-EU.3.1.5.1.

Duration: 01.12.2018 – 30.11.2021

End year: 2021

PQCRYPTO – making encryption future-proofdeveloping post-quantum cryptographic techniques

PQCRYPTO worked on post-quantum cryptography, developing new cryptographic systems that are both secure now and in the future against possible attacks by quantum computers. This is crucial for data that needs to be kept for many years, such as healthcare records and confidential state documents.

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Programme: Digital Europe Programme

Duration: 03.2015 – 02.2018

End year: 2018

PRACTICE secured cloud for businesses

The PRACTICE project aims to build a secure cloud framework that allows for the realization of advanced and practical cryptographic technologies providing sophisticated security and privacy guarantees for all parties in cloudcomputing scenarios.n advanced and comprehensive framework represents a key factor for the achievement of the following PRACTICE project goals: data confidentiality and integrity, eliminating need for users to trust cloud providers, computation on encrypted data, preventing even insiders from disclosing secrets or disrupting the service; flexible architecture and tools allowing seamless migration from execution on unchanged clouds today towards new platforms while gradually adding levels of protection.

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Programme: FP7-ICT-2013-10

Duration: 01.11.2013 – 31.10.2016

End year: 2016

Privacy Flag – Universal Privacy Risk Area Assessment Methodology

The Privacy Flag project has undertaken research to develop the combined potential of crowdsourcing, ICT technologies and legal expertise to protect citizens’ privacy when they visit websites, use smartphone applications, or live in a ‘smart city’. Privacy Flag builds upon the outcomes of several related research projects, in order to provide a new paradigm of privacy protection. This combines “endo-protection” – locally deployed privacy enablers protecting the citizens privacy from unwanted external access to their data; and “exo-protection” – a distributed and crowd-sourced monitoring framework providing a collective protection framework utilising increased citizen awareness to place pressure on companies to improve their privacy compliance.

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Programme: H2020

Duration: 2017 –

End year: 2021

Data-protection toolkit reducing risks in hospitals and care centers

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Programme: H2020-EU.3.1.5.1.

Duration: 01.01.2019 – 31.12.2022

End year: 2022

SAURON – Scalable multidimensionAl sitUation awaReness sOlution for protectiNg european ports

Prevention, detection, response and mitigation of the combination of physical and cyber threats to the critical infrastructure of Europe and put the focus on protection of EU Ports under Transport Infrastructure and means of transportation type of CI. SAURON is to provide a multidimensional yet installation-specific Situational Awareness (SA) platform to help port operators anticipate and withstand potential cyber, physical or combined threats to their freight and cargo business and to the safety of their employees, visitors, passengers and citizens in the vicinityf.

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Programme: H2020

Duration: 2018 –

End year: 2021

SCISSOR

the SCISSOR framework produces a large quantity of heterogeneous logs coming from our industrial probes, our camera events, sensors, supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA)., etc.

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Programme: H2020-EU.2.1.1. – INDUSTRIAL LEADERSHIP

Duration: 01.01.2015 – 28.02.2018

End year: 2018

Secure Change

The project will develop techniques, tools, and processes that support design techniques for evolution, testing, verification, re-configuration and local analysis of evolving software. The project results will be applied and evaluated in particular in the industrial application domains of mobile devices, digital homes, and large scale air traffic management which all offer both great research challenges and long-term business opportunities.

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Programme: FP7-ICT – Specific Programme “Cooperation”: Information and communication technologies

Duration: 01.02.2009 – 01.02.2012

End year: 2012

SecCord – Security and Trust Coordination and Enhanced Collaboration, CSP-Forum – Clustering Trust & Security research projects

CSP FORUM supports enhanced collaborative networking: provide opportunities, not only for clustering and networking, but also for more structured interaction between projects and between individuals directly involved in or having dependencies on trusted ICT. CSP has two main clusters active currently. Special interest groups for topical issues as they arise develop under these two main clusters: the Technical Cluster and the Networking and Co-ordination Cluster.

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Programme: FP7-ICT – Specific Programme “Cooperation”: Information and communication technologies

Duration: 01.01.2013 –

End year: 2020

SECURED – SECURity at the network Edge

The SECURED system makes it possible to provide uniform protection against viruses and other threats across different devices and various kinds of network, including WiFi, xDSL, and corporate LAN, but also 3G and 4G. Companies will be able to extend this protection to their employees when they are outside a corporate network, for example at home, or using airport WiFi. The security environment designed by the project can also provide protection to Internet of Things environments, which contain smart devices (such as home sensors, household appliances, and vehicles) that are connected to the internet but do not always have extensive capacity to communicate and run software.

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Programme: FP7-ICT – Specific Programme “Cooperation”: Information and communication technologies

Duration: 10.2013 – 09.2016

End year: 2016

Securing Medical Data in Smart Patient-Centric Healthcare Systems

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Programme: H2020-EU.3.1.5.1.

Duration: 01.01.2019 – 31.12.2022

End year: 2022

SHIELD Securing against intruders and other threats through a NFV-enabled environment

SHIELD builds on the huge momentum of Network Functions Virtualisation (NFV), as currently standardised by ETSI, SDN (Software-Defined Networking) for virtualization and dynamic placement of virtualised security appliances in the network (virtual Network Security Functions – vNSFs), Big Data analytics for real-time incident detection and mitigation, as well as attestation techniques.

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Programme: H2020

Duration: 01.09.2016 – 31.01.2019

End year: 2019

Secure Information Sharing Sensor Delivery Event Network SISSDEN

The project engages in the development of increased situational awareness and the effective sharing of actionable information. SISSDEN builds on the experience of The Shadowserver Foundation, a non-profit organisation well known in the security community for its successful efforts in the mitigation of botnets and fighting malware propagation. SISSDEN will provide free-of-charge victim notification services, and work in close collaboration with Law Enforcement Agencies, national CERTs, network owners, service providers, small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and individual citizens.

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Programme: H2020

Duration: 01.09.2016 – 2019

End year: 2020

Citizen-centred EU-EHR exchanhe for personalised health

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Programme: H2020-EU.3.1.5.1.

Duration: 01.01.2019 – 28.02.2023

End year: 2023

Cybersecurity for small and medium-sized enterprises

Development of a cost-effective suite of cyber-security tools to support SMEs in managing network information, security risks and threats while identifying opportunities for implementing secure, innovative technologies for the digital market.

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Programme: H2020

Duration: 01.06.2017 – 31.05.2020

End year: 2020

Secure Provision and Consumption in the Internet of Services (SPACIOS)

The project aims to lay the technological foundations for a new generation of analysers for automated security validation at service provision and consumption time, thereby significantly improving the security of the IoS. This will be achieved by developing and combining state-of-the-art technologies for penetration testing, security testing, model checking, model extraction and automatic learning. These will all be integrated into the SPaCIoS Tool, which we shall apply proof of concept on a set of security testing problem cases drawn from industrial and open-source IoS application scenarios.

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Programme: FP7-ICT – Specific Programme “Cooperation”: Information and communication technologies

Duration: 01.10.2010 – 31.01.2014

End year: 2014

A Universal Cyber Security Toolkit for Health-Care Industry

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Programme: H2020-EU.3.1.5.1.

Duration: 01.01.2019 – 31-12.2022

End year: 2022

Strategic, tactical, operational protection of water infrastructure against cyber-physical threats

Focuses on the strategic, tactical and operational protection of critical water infrastructures against physical and cyber threats by bringing together a strong team of partners from Europe and Israel to develop solutions to the most pressing threats.

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Programme: H2020

Duration: 01.06.2017 – 31.05.2021

End year: 2021

STORK

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SWEPT – Securing Websites through malware dEtection and attack prevention Technologies

The main goal of the project is to develop a new multifaceted approach to mitigating malicious attacks on websites by maximizing the security posture of websites with a minimum of intervention needed by website owners and administrators. In addition, the project aims to define a de facto standard and good practice for securing websites.

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Programme: FP7-ICT – Specific Programme “Cooperation”: Information and communication technologies

Duration: 2014 – 2016

End year: 2016

SysSec – Roadmap for Systems Security Research

SysSec proposes to create a Network of Excellence in the field of Systems Security for Europe to play a leading role in changing the rules of the game. Capitalizing on the results of the recent FORWARD initiative and building on strong synergies with Industry and Policy makers, SysSec will work towards creating a virtual center of excellence, to consolidate the Systems Security research community in Europe, promoting cybersecurity education, engaging a think-tank in discovering the threats and vulnerabilities of the Current and Future Internet, creating an active research roadmap in the area, and developing a joint working plan to conduct State-of-the-Art collaborative research.

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Programme: FP7/2007-2013

Duration: 2010-2013

End year: 2013

Trusted Biometrics under Spoofing Attacks (TABULA RASA)

The TABULA RASA project will address some of the issues of direct (spoofing) attacks to trusted biometric systems. This is an issue that needs to be addressed urgently because it has recently been shown that conventional biometric techniques, such as fingerprints and face, are vulnerable to direct (spoof) attacks. In particular the project will:address the need for a draft set of standards to examine this problem, propose countermeasures such as combining biometric information from multiple sources, examine novel biometrics that may be inherently robust to direct attacks.

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Programme: FP7-ICT – Specific Programme “Cooperation”: Information and communication technologies

Duration: 11.2010 – 04.2014

End year: 2014

Tclouds: Trustworthy Clouds – Privacy and Resilience for Internet-scale Critical Infrastructure

TCLOUDS builds a resilient Future Internet platform by progress in four areas:1) Addressing the legal and business implications while building a regulatory framework for enabling privacy-enhanced cross-border infrastructure clouds.2) Architecture and prototypes for a federation of trustworthy infrastructure clouds that build on complementary and mutually re-enforcing technical approaches. 3) Validation and impact through benchmark scenarios:a) Smart power grids connect renewable energy sources and users.( Internet of Things).b) Home healthcare provides prophylaxis to citizens..4) Collaboration with complementary standardisation and FP7 projects maximises impact and fosters a European Trustworthy Cloud ecosystem.

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Programme: FP7-ICT – Specific Programme “Cooperation”: Information and communication technologies

Duration: 01.10.2010 – 30.09.2013

End year: 2013

TECOM – Trusted Embedded Computing

The project sysematically develops trusted embedded systems, consisting of hardware platforms with integrated trust components and also work on the necessary trusted operating systems: 1.Trusted hardware, Trusted Platform Module as VHDL design, which could adapted to different host systems together with processors supporting a trust architecture. 2.Trusted operating systems mainly based on the new virtualisation/hypervisor architecture which are already in use. Adapting it to the specific requirements of small platforms and trusted modules. 3.Security layers for implementing easy accessible security mechanisms. 4.Trusted protocols: Elementary TC protocols like TSS (Host interface API) and TNC (trusted network connect, an advanced secure communication protocol) will be adapted for embedded platforms. 5.Application examples will give us feedback about available trust functionality, application friendliness and user requirements.

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Programme: FP7-ICT – Specific Programme “Cooperation”: Information and communication technologies

Duration: 01.01.2008 – 31.03.2011

End year: 2011

TREsPASS – Technology-supported Risk Estimation by Predictive Assessment of Socio-technical Security

The TREsPASS project has built an “attack navigator”. This navigator makes it possible to say which attack opportunities are possible, which of them are the most urgent, and which countermeasures are most effective. To this end, the project combines knowledge from technical sciences (how vulnerable are protocols and software), social sciences (how likely are people to succumb to social engineering), and state-of-the-art industry processes and tools.

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Programme: FP7-ICT – Specific Programme “Cooperation”: Information and communication technologies

Duration: 2013 – 2016

End year: 2016

TYPES – Transparency and Privacy from End-users towards online Advertising Ecosystem

The TYPES project ‘protects individuals’ privacy while empowering them to control how their data is used by service providers for advertising purposes,’ says Rosa Araujo, project coordinator for the EU-funded initiative. ‘By raising end user trust and advertiser transparency, all stakeholders of the advertising ecosystem stand to benefit.

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Programme: H2020

Duration: 2018 –

End year: 2022

VIS-SENSE – visual analytic representation of large datasets for enhancing network security

The VIS-SENSE project focussed on the research and development of cutting-edge visual analytics technologies for the deep analysis of large, security-relevant datasets. With the help of the VIS-SENSE framework, security analysts can now isolate and characterize targeted attacks as well as many other cybercriminal campaigns. Visual presentations lead to an improved understanding of the underlying strategies of attackers.

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Programme: FP7/2007-2013

Duration: 2011 – 2014

End year: 2014

Visual Privacy Management in User Centric Open Environments (VISION)

The VisiOm platform guides users as they specify their personal privacy needs through a Privacy Level Agreement and checks their preferences for potential lack of coherence with needs of Public Authorities offering the online services. Users gain valuable insights into the value of their personal data from the point of view of authorities. VisiOn Privacy also supports Public Authorities in designing online services, taking privacy into account.

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Programme: H2020

Duration: 2018 –

End year: 2022

YAKSHA – Cybersecurity Awareness and Knowledge Systemic High-level Application EU-ASEAN cooperation in cybersecurity