Virtual workshop, on Google Meet conference room, 24-25 June 2020
SATIE will participate to the first ECSCI Workshop on Critical Infrastructure Protection. The event is hosted as a virtual workshop, on Google Meet conference room, 24-25 June 2020.
The registration page can be found under the following link:
“The first ECSCI workshop will present the different approaches on integrated (i.e. cyber and physical) security in seven different industrial sectors, such as finance, healthcare, energy, air transport communications, gas, and water. The peculiarities of critical infrastructure protection in each one of these sectors will be discussed and addressed by the different projects of the ECSCI cluster that will present their outcomes, discussing the technical, ethical and societal aspects and the underlying technologies.
Specifically, novel techniques will be presented for integrated security modelling, IoT security, artificial intelligence for securing critical infrastructures, distributed ledger technologies for security information sharing and increased automation for detection, prevention and mitigation measures.“
European Cluster for Securing Critical infrastructures – ECSCI is a cluster of H2020 projects for securing critical infrastructures. Its main objective is to bring about synergetic, emerging disruptive solutions to security issues via cross-projects collaboration and innovation. The cluster will research how to protect critical infrastructures and services, highlighting differences (approaches, sectors of interest, etc.) between the clustered projects and establishing tight and productive connections with closely related and complementary H2020 projects.
The cluster members are:
SATIE has joined this cluster to investigate possible collaboration and synergies with the other projects working in the domain of Critical infrastructure Protection.
Gallery below lists the participating EU projects
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This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement number 832969.