C3ISP - Collaborative and confidential information sharing and analysis for cyber protection

Date: 
01/10/2016 to 30/09/2019

Introduction

C3ISP mission is to define a collaborative and confidential information sharing, analysis and protection framework as a service for cyber security management. C3ISP innovation is the possibility to share information in a flexible and controllable manner inside a collaborative multi-domain environment to improve detection of cyber threats and response capabilities, still preserving the confidentiality of the shared information. C3ISP paradigm is collect, analyse, inform, and react.

Who is the project designed for?

- Providers of aggregated security services, including CERTS
- Providers of computer services (ISPs, cloud service providers (IaaS, AaaS))
- Companies who seek to protect their computing capabilities, products and services,
specifically enterprises and SMEs
- Providers of security products and services who could license C3ISP outcomes to
improve their security or privacy capabilities
- Security and privacy researchers who seek to advance the state of the art
- Standard and policy bodies who might relate to C3ISP recommendations
- EU project stakeholders

How will your project benefit the end-user? 

To facilitate the writing, understanding, analysis, management, enforcement and dissolution of data sharing agreements; going from high level descriptions (close to natural language) to system enforceable data usage policies.

Week: 
Monday, 18 December, 2017

News

Call for experts for a group on liability and new technologies

The European Commission has launched a call for experts for a group on liability and new technologies. The deadline for application is 30 April 2018.

New technologies such as artificial intelligence, advanced robotics and the Internet of Things bring enormous opportunities in various fields (transport, healthcare, agriculture, manufacturing). At the same time they could raise challenges related to liability, which is why the Commission wants to initiate a discussion on the way forward.

The main tasks of the Expert Group will be:

Events

26/04/2018
Brussels - Concertation Meeting, 26/04/2018

The registration is open for the first Cyberwatching.eu Concertation meeting, Brussels, 26 April 2018.

08/05/2018
Free and Safe in Cyber Space conference

Free and Safe in Cyber Space conference aims at building a constructive dialogue and a critical mass of suitable actors around new dual-use cybersecurity standards and certifications and complaint open technologies and ecosystems.