PROJECT

SYNERGIES

EU-HYBNET currently has synergies with the following projects

RESISTO
Participapating to the 2nd ECSCI Workshop
SPOC: bruno.saccomanno@leonardocompany.com

RESISTO platform is an innovative solution for Communication CIs holistic situation awareness and enhanced resilience (aligned with ECSO objectives). Based on an Integrated Risk and Resilience analysis management and improvement process availing all resilience cycle phases (prepare, prevent, detect, absorb, etc.) and technical resilience capabilities (sense, model, infer, act, adopt), RESISTO

  • implements an innovative Decision Support System to protect communication infrastructures from combined cyber-physical threats
  • exploiting the Software Defined Security model on a suite of state of the art cyber/physical security components (Blockchain, Machine Learning, IoT security, Airborne threat detection, holistic audio-video analytics) and services (Responsible Disclosure Framework)
  • for detection and reaction in presence of attacks or natural disasters.

Through RESISTO, Communications Operators will be able to implement a set of mitigation actions and countermeasures that significantly reduce the impact of negative events in terms of performance losses, social consequences and cascading effects, in particular by bouncing efficiently back to original and forward to operational states of operation.

MEDEA

SPOC: medea@medea-project.eu

MEDEA is an EU funded Coordination and Support Action project (GA 787111) that aims to establish and further develop a regional Network of practitioners and other security related actors in the Mediterranean and the Black Sea region in four critical areas:

  • The management of migration flows and asylum seekers
  • Border management and surveillance
  • Fight against cross-border crime and terrorism, and
  • Natural hazards and technological accidents

The project aspires to fulfill operational capability gaps identified by security practitioners operating in the M&BS Region. To that effect, it brings together researchers, academics, policy makers, and most importantly experienced security practitioners, to co-design and therefore enhance the efficiency of responses and the optimal anticipation and preparedness of events, with the ultimate goal of limiting – or altogether eliminating, when feasible - identified and frequently occurring risks and challenges, so that adversities are handled in a better equipped manner.

FINSEC
Participating to the 2nd ECSCI Workshop
SPOC: fabrizio.dipeppo@gft.com

FINSEC, (Integrated Framework for Predictive and Collaborative Security of Financial Infrastructures), is a flagship project which will develop, demonstrate and bring to market an integrated, intelligent, collaborative and predictive approach to the security of critical infrastructures in the financial sector. To this end, FINSEC will introduce, implement and validate a novel reference architecture for integrated physical and cyber security of critical infrastructures, which will enable handling of dynamic, advanced and asymmetric attacks, while at the same time boosting financial organizations’ compliance to security standards and regulations. As a result, FINSEC will provide a blueprint for the next generation security systems for the critical infrastructures of the financial sector.

ECSCI Cluster
2nd ECSCI Workshop

SPOC: abie@nr.no

FINSEC, (Integrated Framework for Predictive and Collaborative Security of Financial Infrastructures), is a flagship project which will develop, demonstrate and bring to market an integrated, intelligent, collaborative and predictive approach to the security of critical infrastructures in the financial sector. To this end, FINSEC will introduce, implement and validate a novel reference architecture for integrated physical and cyber security of critical infrastructures, which will enable handling of dynamic, advanced and asymmetric attacks, while at the same time boosting financial organizations’ compliance to security standards and regulations. As a result, FINSEC will provide a blueprint for the next generation security systems for the critical infrastructures of the financial sector.

PRECINCT
Participating to the stakeholder workshop taking place on May 5th, as well as participating in the 2nd ECSCI Workshop
SPOC: PRECINCT_PM@inlecomsystems.com

EU Critical Infrastructures (CIs) are increasingly at risk from a variety of intentional cyber-physical attacks (malware, terrorist driven exploits, etc.) as well as risks from natural hazards (e.g. extreme weather, fires, earthquakes, disastrous consequences of global warming) and hybrid threats including fake news. Recent research and emerging solutions focus on the protection of individual CIs (ports, energy distribution, hospitals, …), however, the interrelationships between CIs has become more complex and managing the impacts of cascading effects and enabling rapid recovery is becoming more pertinent and highly challenging. The PRECINCT project will provide a model-driven collaborative and unifying cyber-physical security and resilience management platform for smart resilient PRECINCTs, leveraging advances from CIP and INFRA-01 projects, as well as the extensive body of work in Urban and Critical Infrastructure protection and resilience management (RESILENS, DRIVER, RESOLUTE thus exploiting, evolving and embodying key outputs and knowledge gained into the PRECINCT models and services.

INCLUDING
Participating to The CERIS Event in Brussels, 2nd Workshop on Radiological and Nuclear Training Framework in the European Union.

SPOC: luigi.dedominicis@enea.it

August 1st 2019 marked the start of the 5-year (60 months) European INCLUDING project, which is bringing together infrastructure, equipment and experts coming from Medical Organizations, Fire Corps, Government Department, Municipalities, Law Enforcement Agencies, Ministries, Governmental and Civilian Research Institutes and Industries operating in the field of radiological and nuclear emergencies from across the EU. The INCLUDING (Innovative Cluster for Radiological and Nuclear Emergencies) Project pursues to develop a Federation in which individual Members will cooperate to provide a common framework to standardize access to their respective facilities, enhance interoperability and to allow a more intensive use of expensive equipment.

INCLUDING is a project funded by the European Commission in the framework of H2020 programme. It is part of the Secure Societies Challenge – Protecting freedom and security of Europe and its citizens. The funding scheme is CSA (Coordination and Support Action) and the topic of reference is: Pan-European clusters of practitioners and other actors in the field of Security (Subtopic Innovation clusters from around Europe managing demonstration sites, testing workbenches and training facilities).

INCLUDING connects 15 Partners from 10 EU Member States (MS), bringing together infrastructure, equipment and experts operating in the field of radiological and nuclear emergencies. Project is coordinated by ENEA Italian Agency for the New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development.