Protecting critical information infrastructure from cybercriminals
Europe’s critical information infrastructure (CII) are those interconnected information and communication infrastructures essential for the maintenance of vital societal functions (health, safety, security, economic or social well-being of people). Any disruption or destruction would have serious consequences. In today’s digital era, the increased usage of information technology in modern CIIs makes them vulnerable to cyber-related crime. The EU-funded CyberSANE project will enhance their security and resilience by providing a dynamic collaborative warning and response system. This will support and guide security officers to recognise, identify, dynamically analyse, forecast, treat and respond to advanced persistent threats and handle their daily cyber incidents utilising and combining both structured data and unstructured data coming from social networks and the dark web.
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Funding SchemeIA - Innovation action
47822 Santarcangelo Di Romagna