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The Cyberwatching.eu PROJECT HUB is Europe’s ONLY complete and unabridged compilation of EU-funded research projects on cybersecurity topics. It was created specifically to facilitate information transfer, communication and cross-pollination.

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CitySCAPE

The Challenge

The traditional security controls and security assurance arguments are becoming increasingly inefficient in supporting the emerging needs and applications of the multimodal transport systems, allowing threats and security incidents to disturb all dimensions of transportation. Therefore, the enormous potential of the multimodal ecosystem, namely a more efficient transportation, which lies on the extent to which it globally remains cyber-secure, is becoming vulnerable.

M-Sec

M-Sec is an EU&JP R&D Project co financed by the European Commission under the H2020 programme and the National Institute of Information and communications - National Research and Development Agency specialized in the field of information and communications technology that promotes innovation and research in Japan.

CPSoSAWARE

CPSoSaware will contribute to all expected impact areas set out in H2020 ICT-01-2019 Computing technologies and engineering methods for cyber-physical systems of systems under the topic of Models, tools and methods for design-operations continuum of dependable CPSoS, as explained below (the text in the left column refers to H2020 Work programme document and is provided for reference).

INSPIRE-5Gplus

The next-generation of telecom networks (fifth generation or 5G) is expected to unleash a massive Internet of Things (IoT) where networks can serve billions of connected devices. Improving security of 5G and Beyond networks is necessary. The EU-funded INSPIRE-5Gplus project will introduce novel solutions and paradigms to make maximum use of artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML) and Blockchains. The overall aim of the project is to deliver unique assets to achieve intelligent and trusted multi-tenancy (confident, evidence-based and liable) across multi-tenants’ infrastructure.

DAN

The Dark Web is a haven for criminals. It has become a forum and marketplace for weapons, drugs, organs, illicit pornography, software exploits, stolen private data, passwords, credit card details, counterfeit products and money. Illegal services are offered, like phishing, cyber-attacks, murder and rape for hire and money laundering.

MALAGA

The rise of connectivity and automation technology is creating more and more opportunities in many fields. Connected and autonomous vehicles (CAV) is a field widely affected by these technology advancements. While innovation is disrupting business standards and encouraging investments, it is also at risk of cybersecurity attacks.

RADDICS

This ERC project pushes the boundary of reliable data-driven decision making in cyber-physical systems (CPS), by bridging reinforcement learning (RL), nonparametric estimation and robust optimization. RL is a powerful abstraction of decision making under uncertainty and has witnessed dramatic recent breakthroughs. Most of these successes have been in games such as Go - well specified, closed environments that - given enough computing power - can be extensively simulated and explored.

CYBERSECURITY

A recent wave of cyberattacks has made it evident that cybercrime is a growing global concern. Numerous threats such as malware infections, phishing attempts and identity thefts can have disastrous consequences for citizens, firms and nations. Cybercrime, defined as crimes where expertise about cyberspace is used to violate the law, is an increasing threat due to criminals’ creativity, faster digitization, growing dependence on technologies and huge data accumulation.

ODIX 2.0

Incoming files present one of the most serious threats to every corporate network. Cyber attackers have the knowledge and resources to implement highly sophisticated attacks using various methods such as encrypted and distributed malware attacks, zero-day attacks and more. These are delivered via files which are introduced into the target network by various channels, including email, removable media, and web download. Malware attacks can create serious damage to the organization but current available defensive measures fail to provide any protection against such attack.

C4IIOT

As digitisation becomes a business priority for many organisations in Europe and around the world, the industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) will generate huge opportunities for key industries like manufacturing, oil and gas, agriculture, mining and transportation. IIoT is bringing machines, analytics, and people to form a network of industrial devices connected by communications technologies. Machine-to-machine communication, however, increases the risk of cyberattacks.

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News

Do you have an innovative business idea that addresses one of M-Sec’s smart city challenges? Are you interested in security and privacy issues of IoT devices and apps? Then apply by 26 August, participate at the M-Sec Online Contest between 9 and 10 September and get the chance to design, develop and present your business idea before a panel of international experts

Future Events

Two H2020 projects: SOCCRATES (https://www.soccrates.eu/) and SAPPAN (https://sappan-project.eu/) jointly organize the NG-SOC 2021 workshop, to be held in conjunction with the 16th International Conference on Availability, Reliability and Security (ARES 2021 – http://www.ares-conference.eu)
August 17 – August 20, 2021, Vienna, Austria

17/08/2021 to 20/08/2021

Do you have an innovative business idea that addresses one of M-Sec’s smart city challenges? Are you interested in security and privacy issues of IoT devices and apps? Then apply by 26 August, participate at the M-Sec Online Contest between 9 and 10 September and get the chance to design, develop and present your business idea before a panel of international experts

06/09/2021 to 10/09/2021

Deliverables Research

This deliverable is the first in a series of publications over the duration of the cyberwatching.eu project, related with to methodology for the classification of projects/services and their Market Readiness.

We present in this report a visualisation of EC supported activities in the area of Cybersecurity and Privacy that allows possible exploiters of the outputs of these projects to understand their status.

This document presents a view of the European cyber security and privacy research and innovation ecosystem with a view of getting input and feedback via a survey and the concertation meeting held on 26 April 2018 in Brussels.
A key component of developing this deliverable was to target research projects in the field of cyber security in the current cyber security framework. To this aim, a survey was sent out to projects in cyber security in the EU. All the projects were also invited to the First Concertation Meeting, which was held on 26 April 2018 in Brussels. Feedback from that first Concertation meeting is included in this deliverable.

One of the objectives of the Cyberwatching.eu project is to support projects in the cybersecurity domain in classifying and clustering themselves and others into meaningful groups of common topics and concerns to generate synergies and collaboration.