The EnergyShield project is engaged in different collaboration activities:
Firstly, we are collaborating with other projects that have been granted in the same call.
SDN-microSENSE

SDN-microSENSE

SDN-microSENSE aims at providing and demonstrating a secure, resilient to cyber-attacks, privacy-enabled, and protected against data breaches solution for decentralised Electrical Power and Energy Systems (EPES). All designed, developed, and tested technologies should consider the latest related research findings and maintain high compliance with current industrial standards (e.g., IEC standards)
PHOENIX

PHOENIX

The PHOENIX project is a European Union funded collaborative project improving the cyber security of the European electrical power energy systems (EPES), i.e. the so called Smart Grid. PHOENIX aims to offer a cyber-shield armour to European EPES infrastructure enabling cooperative detection of large scale, cyber-human security and privacy incidents and attacks, guarantee the continuity of operations and minimize cascading effects in the infrastructure itself, the environment, the citizens and the end-users at reasonable cost.
Secondly, we are involved in several clustering activities, often related to Horizon2020.
BRIDGE

BRIDGE

BRIDGE is a European Commission initiative which unites Horizon 2020 Smart Grid and Energy Storage Projects to create a structured view of cross-cutting issues which are encountered in the demonstration projects and may constitute an obstacle to innovation. EnergyShield could be part of the proposed working groups and could contribute to the results of the BRIDGE initiative.
Cyberwatching.eu

Cyberwatching.eu

EnergyShield project was accepted in cyberwatching.eu project hub. In the pre-accession phase, the market and technology readiness were evaluated, and the project was included on the Cybersecurity and Privacy Project Radar.

The Cybersecurity and Privacy Project Radar provides an overview of the complete collection of EU funded projects in the cybersecurity space. Projects have volunteered in a technology and market readiness assessment by Cyberwatching.eu to different degrees.

ECSCI

ECSCI

EnergyShield reached out to the European Cluster for Securing Critical Infrastructures and joint their effort aiming to participate in the common activities of the ECSCI cluster, such as stakeholders and scientific workshops, joint scientific publications, European common platform for cascading effects on the different critical infrastructures, a platform for combined safety and security for European critical infrastructures, standards and regulations on the protection of critical infrastructures, etc.