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pLatform for Analysis of Resilient and secUre Software

Project description

Addressing security issues related to modern software

In terms of security, DevSecOps is considered the best application development. By integrating security early in the development process, it is possible to ensure it is a continuous service delivery as opposed to being developed in siloes. In this context, the EU-funded LAZARUS project will incorporate automated security tools throughout the software development life cycle. Specifically, it will perform targeted security checks and collect valuable information and intelligence from each step. It will apply advanced machine learning and artificial intelligence methods to convert this intelligence into actionable insights and recommendations. The project will follow an open-source approach for the core functionality, which will be supported by a realistic and viable business model.

Objective

LAZARUS is a three-year research and innovation project that aims to heal many of the security issues that befall modern software during its development lifecycle. The recently introduced area of DevSecOps - in medium to large companies - unfortunately lacks automated security tools, while most existing solutions are targeting only one narrow step of the SDLC process but miss a much needed holistic overview of the global security solution. LAZARUS innovates by intervening in multiple steps of the SDLC, performing targeted security checks and collecting valuable information and intelligence from each step, and exploiting advanced ML and AI methods to convert this intelligence into actionable insights and recommendations. The main innovations of LAZARUS are illustrated in the figure below. Moreover, we provide advanced features for developers, that employing our tools would be able to deploy more intelligent and distributed solutions through dedicated APIs. LAZARUS follows an open-source approach for the core functionality, which is supported by a realistic and viable business model for the sustainability and further exploitation of the project after it reaches the end of this financing phase. To validate the efficacy of the project outcomes we have secured two exciting real-world, diverse, pilots in two very different and demanding sectors.

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Coordinator

ATHINA-EREVNITIKO KENTRO KAINOTOMIAS STIS TECHNOLOGIES TIS PLIROFORIAS, TON EPIKOINONION KAI TIS GNOSIS
Net EU contribution
€ 440 250,50
Address
Artemidos 6 kai epidavrou
151 25 Maroussi
Greece

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