Cybersecurity certification and standards has been a central theme running through the cyberwatching.eu project and are reflected in these reports. They go hand in hand in addressing the issue of trust with respect to the view of the users and the European citizens. Traditional methods of certification address systemic approaches and must be adapted to the fast-evolving realm of cybersecurity. Inevitably, industry led initiatives have been the most prevalent, but often these are driven by the largest industry and research players, such that the standards and certification solutions developed are not always suitable for SMEs (Small and Medium Enterprise) which comprise a large proportion of the innovations going forward currently.
Wojciech Wideł, Preetam Mukherjee, and Mathias Ekstedt from our partner KTH published in IEEE Access about their work in the SOCCRATES project.
In order to ensure that the SOCCRATES platform is fit for purpose, the project will carry out three pilots to validate the platform in realistic environments. This webinar will show results and experiences from the second pilot, in which the complete SOCCRATES platform was validated in realistic (on-site) environments at Vattenfall, mnemonic and Shadowserver.
Martin Eian, Researcher, Mnemonic
Piotr Kijewski, CEO Shadowserver
Maciej Kosz, IT Security Officer, Vattenfall
SOCCRATES provides a deep dive session on the SOCCRATES platform at the ONE Conference 2022.
Within the H2020 EU project SOCCRATES a security decision support platform has been developed for Security Operation Centres (SOCs) and Computer Security Incident Response Teams (CSIRTs). This, so called ‘SOCCRATES Platform’ is targeted at organisation’s inhouse SOC and at Managed Security Service Providers (MSSP) that provide SOC services.