The 2nd General Assembly of Caramel Project took place in Aveiro, Portugal at the Fundação Engenheiro António Pascoal from 29 – 30 January 2020. In this session, the entire CARAMEL consortium, formed by academic and industry partners as well as the Project Coordinator and Technical Manager participated reviewing the actions carried out and defining the next steps to achieve the goals of CARAMEL Project.
Cyberwatching.eu representatives were recently active in various initiatives across Europe to spread the word about the project’ s outcomes across Europe, establish synergies with other relevant H2020 initiatives and engage with the European cybersecurity community.
Technological drivers, such as IoT, blockchains and AI, are raising some challenges that need to be addressed through the definition of a common legal umbrella to regulate a future data-driven society. The current main EU legal instruments in the cybersecurity and data-protection fields, such as NIS Directive, GDPR and the EU Cybersecurity Act, must deal with incessant technological evolution.
CyberSolace has added a new niche capability to its portfolio of cybersecurity consulting services in the form of Crypto-Currency traceability services in Cybercrime cases. Especially in relation to ransomware attacks and extorted funds tracing and recoverability.
Indoor localization system developed by GUT within SCOTT project was presented on 21st of February during the annual meeting of specialists working in the area of translational medicine in Gdansk. Over 150 specialists from different fields of medicine, biology, biotechnology, pharmacy and chemistry, that work together in the biggest translational medicine centre in northern Poland, discussed relevant new preclinical research and disease-targeted research outcomes, that can be used to develop new methods to improve human health and longevity.
The digitalisation of the water industry is happening and it should not be "denied" because of security concerns. STOP-IT contributes to the digital transition by enhancing preparedness, detection and mitigation against cyber-physical threats with technological solutions.
Creating trust in wireless solutions and increasing their social acceptance are major challenges to achieve the full potential of the Internet of the Things (IoT).
In 2017, SCOTT, one of the largest EU projects on IoT, gathered 57 research partners from 12 countries to merge their expertise. The main aim was to create innovative solutions for a smart society-enabled by sercure, connected and trusted things.