Project Coordinator Prof. Christos Xenakis was invited to participate in the Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience (CISaR) workshop which took place in Gjøvik, Norway, on January 30-31, 2020. The workshop was organized by the Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience Research Group of NTNU and brought together research teams across Europe. SealedGRID was presented to the participants as a project that aims at implementing a scalable, highly trusted and interoperableSG security platform. The SealedGRID platform will consist of the following modules: a) Authentication and Key Management Module; b) Trusted Computing Module and c) Authorization and Secure Interoperability components. This platform is designed to be adapted into Critical Infrastructures. Critical infrastructure is an asset or system which is essential for the maintenance of vital societal functions, e.g. power supply. During this presentation, the audience informed about the SealedGRID goals, its impact, its current progress and its future goals. There was a fruitful discussion between Prof. Christos Xenakis and the audience who was curious and interested about the SealedGRID.