CyberSANE joins the European Cluster for Securing Critical Infrastructures (ECSCI)

Aiming to maximise its impact while actively collaborating with different research initiatives and projects, CyberSANE project has recently become a new member of the European Cluster for Securing Critical Infrastructures (ECSCI). The Cluster brings together more than 15 projects funded by the European Commission for enhancing the protection of Critical…

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How does CyberSANE comply with the legal and ethical aspects for the protection of Critical Information Infrastructures (CIIs)?

CyberSANE is a peer-to-peer solution which aims to enhance the cybersecurity of Critical Infrastructures’ information systems through the collection, correlation and sharing of information coming from multiple sources. The end-users who will implement the CyberSANE system must comply with several legal obligations which are relevant to this type of systems,…

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Newsletter #2 – December 2020

The second edition of CyberSANE’s biannual newsletter is now available. Find out what has transpired since our last newsletter : project updates, participation in events, as well as our new technical blog post series! Don’t forget, if you are also curious about the people behind CyberSANE, then you can also…

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CyberSANE at C4IIoT Winter School 2020

  Updated 3rd November 2020 From the 2nd to the 4th December 2020, CyberSANE participated in C4IIoT’s Virtual International Winter School on Cybersecurity. During this virtual event, the CyberSANE project was presented by our own Quality Assurance Manager, Manos Athanatos from FORTH. The presentation took place on Thursday 3rd December…

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Taxonomy of Threat Landscape

Classifying the objects of study by their similarities is a fundamental step when doing research. Passion for classification became one of the signatures of the Enlightenment. During this period, many researchers, following the modern scientific method, tried to unravel the mysteries of an apparently ordered cosmos. One of them was…

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