MoSaIK Model-based security analysis of ICT-based critical infrastructures

01/01/2015 to 31/12/2017

The joint project MoSaIK aims to support smaller operators of critical infrastructures in the analysis of the IT security of their computer and control systems. These are to be enabled by new methods and tools to always provide a timely and meaningful picture of the risks and the achieved safety level with justifiable effort. The project is pursuing a model-based research approach for the risk analysis and the assessment of the safety level, especially for smaller operators of critical infrastructures. In the process, proven methods of model-based analysis from the area of ​​system and software engineering are transferred to the field of application of the supplier IT systems. In this way, the properties of different complex systems can be recorded consistently and the safety situation can be fully or partially automatically analyzed and evaluated with precisely fitting tools.

Tuesday, 11 December, 2018


SMESEC project Open Call for SMEs and SME associations
SMESEC has released an open call for SMEs and SME associations in order to validate SMESEC framework and at the same time improve their systems’ security.
SMESEC is inviting SMEs to participate in the validation of the SMESEC framework. By participating you not only have influence on the evaluation of the SMESEC framework, but also improve your own company security and get up to €20.000 of funds!

Future Events

Conference on Autonomous Security Systems
02/05/2019 to 03/05/2019

Ethical and Legal Aspects of Autonomous Security Systems

An international conference to be held at the University of Zurich in Switzerland on May 2nd-3rd, 2019, aims to explore the ethical and legal aspects of autonomous systems in the security sector. Among others, autonomous systems in cybersecurity are discussed in the conference, that is co-supported by CANVAS.

Keynote speakers

Philip G. Alston, New York University and UN Special Rapporteur
Extreme Poverty and Human Rights: Artificial Intelligence as a Threat to Human Rights?

Hermeneut project at Cybertech Tel Aviv 2019

Cybertech is the cyber industry’s foremost B2B networking platform conducting industry-related events all around the globe, the go-to place to learn all about the latest technological innovations, threats, and solutions to combating threats within the global cyber arena.