Digital Defense, Aerospace & Homeland Security
Approach & Solution
- detect suspicious traffic-data values and identify persistent threats
- evaluate the impact of an attack in technical and notably in financial terms
- combine external knowledge and internally-observed activities to enhance the predictability of zero-day attacks
- instantiate a networked overlay to circulate informative notifications to CERT authorities and support their interplay.
CitySCAPE project will improve cybersecurity within multimodal transport. The project will produce a modular software toolkit, whose purpose is threfold. First, it will detect suspicious traffic and data flows. Second, it will evaluate the technical and financial impact of a cyber attack. Third, it will enhance the predictability of zero-day attacks. Last but not least, it will train relevant authorities and improve the circulation of information among them. The project has received co-funding from H2020-SU-DS-2019 the European Union's Horizon 2020 programme - Contract No. 883321.
Improvement of cybersecurity within multimodal transport
A modular sw toolkit to detect suspicious traffic and data flows
Improved predictability of zero-day attacks
Support of data circulation among Authorities
Research & Innovation