A Proposed Cyber Security Certification Scheme for Supply Chain Services
|TSI & FP
|N. Polemi, A. Michota, S. Ioannidis
|A Proposed Cyber Security Certification Scheme for Supply Chain Services
|In this paper we outline the main elements of the proposed Cybersecurity Certification Scheme for Supply Chain Services (SCS) as proposed by the EC project CYRENE . The proposed CYRENE-EUSCS scheme used the published European Cybersecurity Certification scheme  as a template and the proposed EU scheme for cloud services  as an example. The CYRENE-EUSCS scheme aims to enhance the level of security of the SCS components including: business partners, processes/sub-processes, physical and cyber assets (hosted by different business partners).
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|NATO Maritime Interdiction Operations Training Center – Maritime Interdiction Operations Journal
|NATO Maritime Interdiction Operations Training Center
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Project Coordinator: Sofoklis Efremidis
Institution: Maggioli SPA
Duration: 36 months
Participating organisations: 14
Number of countries: 10
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