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.