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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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PrimeLife

We will build upon and expand the sound foundation of the FP6 project PRIME that has shown how privacy technologies can enable citizens to execute their legal rights to control personal information in on-line transactions. This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement number 216483.

CYRAIL

Railway infrastructures are moving towards more intelligent, connected, user-centric and collaborative systems. While it brings many advantages for the industry and users, it also poses new opportunities for cyber-criminals and terrorists.

CYRail aims to deliver tailored specifications and recommendations for secure modern rail systems design and operation. The challenges are multiple:

PreserviX

The PreserviX project aims to reshape digital preservation, to enable data owners to secure their data and protect them from manipulation, to significantly reduce the cost of long term preservation, to liberate data owners from technology and vendor lock-in, to make a pan-European technology to become the world leader within a global, growing niche market. This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement number 674422.

PRESCIENT

Privacy is a multifaceted concept, a moving target and a salient topic in technology policy-making. PRESCIENT will provide an early identification of privacy and ethical issues arising from emerging technologies and their relevance for EC policy. This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement number 244779.

PQCRYPTO

PQCRYPTO will design a portfolio of high-security post-quantum public-key systems, and will improve the speed of these systems, adapting to the different performance challenges of mobile devices, the cloud, and the Internet of Things. This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement number 645622.

YAKSHA

YAKSHA aims at reinforcing cooperation and building EU-ASEAN partnerships by developing a cybersecurity solution tailored to specific national needs leveraging EU Know-How and local knowledge.

WITDOM

The advent of the Future Internet prompts fundamental transformations in whole ICT ecosystems, while bringing new opportunities to stakeholders in the availability and rational use of physical resources with large-scale savings in IT investments. It will also pose new security challenges especially for ensuring robust protection of privacy and integrity of personal information, which are a fundamental part of the societal acceptance of new ICT schemes, services and solutions

VisiOn

VisiOn will deliver a high Technology Readiness Level (TRL) Visual Privacy Management Platform, which empowers any citizen to achieve desired levels of privacy by creating and monitoring a personal Privacy Level Agreement.

VIRT-EU

VIRT-EU is Values and Ethics in Responsible Technology in Europe – a European project funded by the Horizon 2020 program.

We are daily exposed to news telling creepy stories about smart objects gathering people’s data, yet such an unethical practice is widely left unaddressed for the sake of technology-led economic-growth. No one yet knows how to solve the challenges of ensuring ethical data practices in the way new technologies are designed. The EU has made significant legislative and advocacy efforts to address societal concerns brought about by technological innovation in data processing. Nevertheless, we lack practical guidelines and assessment procedures to embed ethical, social and data protection values in the design and development of data-intensive technologies and services.

VESSEDIA

VESSEDIA proposes to enhance and scale up modern software analysis tools to enable using them on a wider range of applications than embedded safety-critical applications (in the Nuclear, Transportation, Energy supply, Process control and Space areas).

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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.