Cyberwatching.eu is excited to share the new post-webinar report from its 16th webinar on "EPES and Smart Grids: practical tools and methods to fight against cyber and privacy attacks", in collaboration with four (4) research and innovation (R&I) projects DEFeND, EnergyShield, SDN-microSENSE and SealedGRID, providing concrete recommendations and solutions to protect EPES and Smart Grids againts cyber threats, and preserve consumers' privacy based on experiences with their platforms, use cases and demonstrators.
Cyberwatching.eu is proud to share with you the post-webinar report from its 15th webinar on "Effective protection of Critical Infrastructures against the cyber threat", in collaboration with three (3) research and innovation (R&I) projects CyberSANE, CYBERWISER.eu and ReACT, and the European Cyber Security Organisation (ECSO), providing a consolidated overview of the most significant barriers and recommendations in the area of cybersecurity and privacy concerning critical infrastructures.
CONCORDIA project aims to work out and suggest high-school teachers teaching methodologies and associated materials to utilize when discussing cyber-security and cyber-safety with their pupils. In view of understanding the real needs in terms of topics and type of materials we have developed a survey and launched the English version in December 2020. (link: https://www.concordia-h2020.eu/news/cybersecurity-in-high-school-a-survey/).
"CUREX aspires to build a network of reliable hospitals across Europe, where cross-border health data exchange and remote healthcare services will be performed securely and in a privacy-preserving manner, in line with the GDPR."
Our partner, Matej Kovačič, PhD at Jožef Stefan Institute, is the author of the latest Blog Post of CyberSANE project "Web crawlers, data mining and extraction of knowledge from news articles and Dark Web".
This Blog Post focuses on specific aspects of the DarkNet component which make possible to preventively detect attacks and support security analysts to effectively protect Critical Information Infrastructures, mainly through:
Health services in the European Economic Area (EEA) address many stakeholder, like round 1.8 million health professionals and 7.3 million nurses and midwives, working in thousands of hospitals and clinics in 28 Member States (MS). EEA counts 500+ million citizens and with this, potential patients. A huge IT-system is need in different institution, like at the family doctor’s office, at the pharmacist, at the insurance organization, at the hospitals and for a broad range of emergency service provider.