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EPES and Smart Grids: practical tools and methods to fight against cyber and privacy attacks

One of the goals of the Cyberwatching.eu project is to identify ways to cluster active projects with similar aims for their mutual benefit, identifying possible opportunities for lightweight synergies and supporting them with targeted support activities, such as joint webinars and outreach activities.

One of the identified collaborative activities for the research and innovation project was the organisation of webinars focussing on diferent sectors. The energy sector is one of the first three sectors that were identified during the virtual meetings set by Cyberwatching.eu.

This joint webinar entitled "EPES and Smart Grids: practical tools and methods to fight against cyber and privacy attacks" was organised by Cyberwatching.eu in accordance to its goal to cluster active projects with similar goals for their mutual benefit, by identifying possible opportunities for lighweight synergies and supporting them with targeted supoort activities. It took place on 12 November 2020 at 11 AM CET in collaboration with four (4) research and innovation project: DEFeND, EnergyShield, SDN-microSENSE and SealedGRID.

Read this short post-webinar report and discover the concrete recommendations and solutions to protect EPES and Smart Grids againts cyber threats, and preserve consumers' privacy based on experiences with their platforms, use cases and demonstrators.

Download a copy now!

Thursday, 11 February, 2021

News

Cyberwatching.eu is sharing with you its new post-webinar report from its 17th webinar on "Cybersecurity risk management: How to strengthen resilience and adapt in 2021". The webinar focussed on standardisation and certification, in particular in relation to the large European SME community with presentations from ECSO, which provided a policy setting to the webinar and key players such as SGS, and Cyberwatching.eu partners Digital SME Alliance and AON. And, shone the light on R&I research into the topic. Six R&I projects CyberSure, CUREX, GEIGER, PANACEA, RESISTO and SECONDO, presented their research in the field highlighting the risk management challenge they address, the key results and the main impacts of these results on European organisations (in particular SMEs).

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