EnergyShield project introduces its objectives and the technologies deployed at EUW19, booth P71.

Check-out the Agenda below too find out more about what we have prepared. 

 

 

 

12th of November 1pm (13:00) at booth PSI Software AG (P71)
Cybersecurity-project
EnergyShield presentations

Moderator: Dr.-Ing. Matthias Rohr, PSI Software AG

13:05 EnergyShield Project Summary and EnergyShield Toolkit Concept
Monica Florea (PhD) and Otilia Bularca, both SIVECO Romania SA

13:15 EnergyShield-Modules: OT Process Anomaly Detection

Ido Yitzhaki, SIGA OT Solutions

13:25 EnergyShield-Modules: Automated Threat Modeling and Attack Simulation
Joar Jacobsson, foreseeti

13:35 Security Information Event Management (SIEM) & Visual Analytics
Dr. Angelos Liapis and Rosanna Babagiannou, Konnekt-able Technologies Ltd.
13:45 Discussion

 

13th of November 4pm (16:00) at booth PSI Software AG (P71)
Cybersecurity-project
EnergyShield presentations

Moderator: Dr.-Ing. Matthias Rohr, PSI Software AG

16:05 EnergyShield Project Summary and EnergyShield Toolkit Concept
Monica Florea (PhD) and Otilia Bularca, both SIVECO Romania SA

16:15 EnergyShield-Modules: OT Process Anomaly Detection

Ido Yitzhaki, SIGA OT Solutions

16:25 EnergyShield-Modules: Automated Threat Modeling and Attack Simulations
Joar Jacobsson, foreseeti

16:35 Discussion

EnergyShield project will introduce its objectives and proposed technologies at European Utility Week 2019, in Paris. 

PSI Software AG, a leading provider of advanced grid management solutions and one of the technological partners of EnergyShield project will host the project at their booth P71

Different consortium partners will attend the event and guide you through the challenges of the EnergyShield project with short pitches, technology demonstrations and flyers. On November 12th at 1 pm and on November 13th at 4 pm there will be short public presentations on EnergyShield at the PSI booth (P71).

Energy Utility Week is one of the most prestigious events where all key players in the smart energy ecosystem to come together and discuss European strategies to achieve a smooth transition towards a low carbon energy emission.

This year, European Utility Week and POWERGEN Europe offer an end-to-end  experience for the whole energy supply chain, from power generation through to end-use, under one roof. Read more about it here.

 

Romania is leader in one of the biggest projects that captures the needs of Electrical Power and Energy System operators and combines the latest technologies for vulnerability assessment, supervision and protection to draft a defensive toolkit

The EnergyShield toolkit will comprise specific innovative software components covering cybersecurity assessment (automated threat modelling), monitoring & protection (anomaly detection and DDoS mitigation) and learning & sharing (security information and event management).

Read more on Siveco.ro 

 

The EnergyShield project will develop an integrated toolkit covering the complete EPES value chain (generator, TSO, DSO, consumer). The toolkit combines novel security tools from leading European technology vendors and will be validated in large-scale demonstrations by end-users.
The EnergyShield toolkit will combine the latest technologies for vulnerability assessment (automated threat modelling and security behaviour analysis), monitoring & protection (anomaly detection and DDoS mitigation) and learning & sharing (security information and event management). 

Read more on http://www.konnektable.net

EnergyShield is an H2020 project that captures the needs of Electrical Power and Energy System (EPES) operators and combines the latest technologies for vulnerability assessment, supervision and protection to draft a defensive toolkit.

KTH is a partner in an interdisciplinary Consortium (18 partners from 10 European and associated states) that was awarded 7.4 million Euros to implement an Integrated Cybersecurity Solution for the Vulnerability Assessment, Monitoring and Protection of Critical Energy Infrastructures. The EnergyShield Consortium consists of two large industrial partners, supported by six innovative SMEs, three academic research organizations, and seven end-users representing various parts of the EPES value chain. Partners complement each other in terms of competences, expertise and technical capabilities, and market strategy. 

Read more on https://www.kth.se

Cyber security: unique integrated toolkit for electrical power and energy systems

Berlin, 11 September 2019 – The R&D project EnergyShield (EU-H2020), funded by the European Union, held its kick-off meeting in Bucharest, Romania from 17 to 18 July. Eighteen partner companies from ten different European countries presented their work packages and plans for the next three years. EnergyShield addresses the needs of electrical power and energy system operators (EPES) in the field of cyber security. It combines the latest technologies for vulnerability assessment, monitoring and protection to develop a unique integrated defensive software toolkit.

Read more on: https://www.psi-energymarkets.de

foreseeti help to secure critical energy infrastructures with automated threat modeling and attack simulation capabilities in an integrated toolkit

The EnergyShield Consortium, including foreseeti and researchers at KTH, is developing an integrated cyber security toolkit for critical energy infrastructures. The toolkit combines the latest technologies for vulnerability assessment, monitoring, and protection, and includes securiCAD for automated threat modeling and attack simulations. The project has been awarded 7,4 million Euros from the European Commission.

EnergyShield is an EC funded (GA 832907) project that captures the needs of Electrical Power and Energy System operators and combines the latest technologies for vulnerability assessment, supervision and protection to build a defensive toolkit.

SIVECO leads an interdisciplinary Consortium (18 partners from 10 European & Associates) that was awarded 7.4 million Euros to implement an Integrated Cybersecurity Solution for the Vulnerability Assessment, Monitoring and Protection of Critical Energy Infrastructures. The EnergyShield Consortium consists of 2 large industrial partners (SIVECO and PSI), supported by 6 innovative SMEs, 3 academic research organizations and 7 end-users representing various parts of the EPES value chain. Partners complement each other in terms of competences, expertise and technical capabilities and market strategy.

Read more on: https://sigasec.com