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Wide-Impact cyber SEcurity Risk framework

From 2015-06-01 to 2017-11-30, closed project | WISER Website

Project details

Total cost:

EUR 3 396 455

EU contribution:

EUR 2 562 596

Coordinated in:

Spain

Call for proposal:

H2020-DS-2014-1See other projects for this call

Funding scheme:

IA - Innovation action

Objective

Deliverables

  • Media platform.

    Web presence, end-user engagement, including social media channel presence activation.

  • Communication plan, final version.

    All communication activities planned & periodically reported, drawing on regular fast-track market updates, indicating the role of innovation management support and SMART approach with measurable KPIs.

  • Communication plan, second version.

    All communication activities planned & periodically reported, drawing on regular fast-track market updates, indicating the role of innovation management support and SMART approach with measurable KPIs.

  • Communication plan, first version.

    All communication activities planned & periodically reported, drawing on regular fast-track market updates, indicating the role of innovation management support and SMART approach with measurable KPIs.

  • Cyber risk modelling language and guidelines, preliminary version.

    This deliverable will provide a preliminary version of the cyber risk modelling language and corresponding guidelines aimed primarily at the advanced mode of operation, and further described under D3.4. While this preliminary version will be ready for use by the pilots at the start of the second year, the final version (D3.4) will incorporate updates and refinements based on experiences gained from the pilots during the second year.

  • Best practices & Early Assessment Pilots, preliminary version.

    Report on current best practices and results from each of the EAPs, with indications for the technical & business requirements of the WISER Methodology & Platform. This preliminary version will be provided in M03 to feed into the requirements phase of WP2 (D2.1).

  • Cyber risk modelling language and guidelines, final version.

    This deliverable will provide the cyber risk modelling language and corresponding guidelines aimed primarily at the advanced mode of operation, with support for capturing economic and societal impact as well as mitigation selection. In order to emphasis the close link between the target of analysis and corresponding cyber risk model, guidelines for cyber target modelling will also be included.

  • Best practices & Early Assessment Pilots, final version.

    Report on current best practices and results from each of the EAPs, with indications for the technical & business requirements of the WISER Methodology & Platform.

  • Practical Tools for assessing the socio-economic impact of risk management implementation for cyber security, final version.

    Framework and practical tools for assessing the direct and indirect impact of risk management implementation prioritizing business management responses, tools for cost-benefit analysis, and case studies from WISER and representative verticals and SMEs. Strategic, public Workshop.

  • Practical Tools for assessing the socio-economic impact of risk management implementation for cyber security, first version.

    Framework and practical tools for assessing the direct and indirect impact of risk management implementation prioritizing business management responses, tools for cost-benefit analysis, and case studies from WISER and representative verticals and SMEs. Strategic, public Workshop.

  • Cyber risk patterns.

    This deliverable will provide a set of simple cyber risk patterns or templates with corresponding guidelines for instantiation, primarily aimed at the basic mode of operation of the WISER framework.

  • Market watch, first version.

    The WISER market analysis and value chain positioning is defined and periodically updated.

  • Market validation plan.

    The WISER roadmap is defined and the validation plan is developed, including the panels of end-users and the validation methodology, reporting tools, and related KPIs.

  • Validation report.

    The WISER validation activities for the full-scale pilots are reported in detail, including key outcomes and lessons learnt.

  • Market watch, final version.

    The WISER market analysis and value chain positioning is defined and periodically updated.

  • Portability plan to other verticals.

    The portability plan is detailed, to indicate the most relevant areas where WISER can create additional impact.

  • Market watch, second version.

    The WISER market analysis and value chain positioning is defined and periodically updated.

  • WISER real-time assessment infrastructure.

    Report of the implementation of the assessment infrastructure. This will include guidelines for the deployment and operation of the framework.

  • Cyber risk modelling tool.

    This deliverable will consist of a tool/editor to support the cyber risk modelling language and the supporting infrastructure to enable the integration between the WP3 tools and the WISER runtime platform.

  • WISER monitoring infrastructure.

    Report of the implementation of the monitoring infrastructure. This will include guidelines for its deployment and operation of the framework.

  • Framework design, initial version.

    The WISER framework design is described and the integrated solution is articulated (early version and final version), including details on the design of the various WISER modules to be delivered in WP3, WP4 and WP5. This initial version of the framework design (driven by the final list of requirements produced by T2.1) will be evaluated by EAPs in a workshop organised by T6.1 (M06).

  • Design of the WISER real-time assessment infrastructure.

    Architecture and interfaces of the risk assessment infrastructure, including the data warehouse, interfaces between internal components, interfaces with external elements (modelling and monitoring), assessment engine, translators, and end-user support tools. This will define the elements of the assessment infrastructure to be validated in WP7.

  • Design of the WISER monitoring infrastructure.

    Architecture and interfaces of the monitoring infrastructure, including the monitoring configurations format, monitoring feeds format. This will define the elements of the monitoring infrastructure to be validated in WP7 (task 7.1 and task 7.2).

  • Framework design, final version.

    The WISER framework design is described and the integrated solution is articulated (early version and final version), including details on the design of the various WISER modules to be delivered in WP3, WP4 and WP5. This final version will incorporate the feedback received from the evaluation of the initial version.

Publications

  • 'How WISER is paving the ground for cyber security challenges in the Digital Single Market'
    Author(s): Elena González (ATOS), Antonio Álvarez (ATOS), Aljosa Pasic (ATOS)
    Published in: Cloudscape 2016 Brussels, 2016. 
  • Launch of CyberWISER framework: Monitoring your cyber risks in real time9
    Author(s): Almin Zolotic. XLAB Contribution
    Published in: Cybersecurity and digital privacy newsletter, 2017. 
  • 'WISER helps organizations implement effective cyber risk management'
    Author(s): Elena González (ATOS), Antonio Álvarez (ATOS)
    Published in: European CIIP Newsletter, 2016. 
  • WISER’s free tools will help large and small entities combat cyber threats
    Author(s): CORDIS. Trust-IT Contribution
    Published in: CORDIS_WISER — Result In Brief, 2016. 
  • CyberWISER-Light: Supporting Cyber Risk Assessment with Automated Vulnerability Scanning
    Author(s): Anže Žitnik (XLAB), Antonio Álvarez Romero (ATOS) and Stephanie Parker (TRUST-IT)
    Published in: ERCIM Special theme CyberSecurity, issue Number 106 July 2016, 2016. Page(s) 51,52. 

Coordinator

ATOS SPAIN SA
Spain

EU contribution: EUR 428 750


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Participants

TRUST-IT SERVICES LIMITED
United Kingdom

EU contribution: EUR 399 875


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STIFTELSEN SINTEF
Norway

EU contribution: EUR 616 925


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XLAB RAZVOJ PROGRAMSKE OPREME IN SVETOVANJE DOO
Slovenia

EU contribution: EUR 197 858,50


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United Kingdom

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REXEL DEVELOPPEMENT SAS
France

EU contribution: EUR 182 875


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ENERVALIS
Belgium

EU contribution: EUR 175 875


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Italy

EU contribution: EUR 560 437,50


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