SAPPAN aims to develop a platform for sharing and automation to enable privacy preserving and efficient response and recovery utilizing advanced data analysis and machine learning.
SAPPAN will provide a cyber threat intelligence system that decreases the effort required by a security analyst to find optimal responses to and ways to recover from an attack. The project will enable this within a single organization as well as across organisations through novel models for privacy-preserving data processing and sharing. It will enable utilizing external experts for intrusion detection and sharing of knowledge on response and recovery actions while respecting the privacy and confidentiality requirements of individuals and organizations.
SAPPAN will enable a European level perspective on advanced cyber security threats detection, response, and recovery making four key contributions that go beyond existing approaches:
SAPPAN project aims to provide solutions for public international institutions and multinational companies who want to enrich their Situational Awareness by sharing cyber security intelligence as well as solutions for small and midsize companies enabling them to outsource intrusion detection.
The project will be demonstrated in the relevant environments of 2 multinational companies, 1 National Research and Education Network (NREN) and 2 Computer Security Incident Response Teams (CSIRT). The consortium consists of 1 NREN, 3 multinational companies, 3 universities and 1 research institute so as to maximise the technical and societal impact, the dissemination and uptake of the results.
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