The members of the SealedGRID project, despite the difficulties that have occurred due to the pandemic of COVID 19, contributed actively towards the creation of a video that describes the main purpose of the project. Furthermore, technical leaders and secondees are presenting the innovation of the project, the key components, and how SealedGRID will have an impact in the EU using state-of-the-art technologies.
Alex Vulpe and Marius Vochin from BEIA started a new secondment in UPRC, Greece. Currently, they are working in WP4 and WP6. In particular, they will not only work in finalizing the deliverable D4.2 but also in designing, developing, and implementing the first prototype of the SealedGRID platform. Furthermore, they will focus on choosing the testbed of the system that will be the pillar of the SealedGRID platform.
New secondment for Ivan Palama from CNIT that is located in Italy, started last week at Fogus in Greece. The socondee will contribute to WP6 which handles the integration of individual components into a unified prototype platform and D6.1 “Initial system design and prototyping” which demonstrates the system design and initial stand-alone prototype of the SealedGRID platform.
Secondee Giorgio Bernardinetti from Italy and CNIT started for the second time his secondment to Fogus in Greece. Today he visited colleagues at the University of Piraeus, discussing the progress of the SealedGRID project and its next goals. Giorgio will contribute to finalizing D4.2 and D6.1.
In the last SECONDO meet among active and inactive SECONDO secondees, the participants discussed the project’s progress. In particular, they focused on Task 5.2 that will deliver the D5.2; it is responsible to design and develop a cyber insurance ontology. This is very useful and interesting since in the cyber insurance field there is “misunderstanding” for coverages, exclusion, and various definitions used. However, the SECONDO project delivering the aforementioned ontology aims to minimize this issue.
On the event of the adoption of the draft regulation laying down measures for a high common level of cybersecurity at the institutions, bodies, offices and agencies of the Union, the AI4HealthSec project kicked off a process to provide its opinion.