Maggioli Spa in collaboration with Focal Point sprl and Hyperborea Srl is currently investigating, in the context of the CYRENE, potential cyber attack paths on interconnected Critical Infrastructures (CIs) which operate for the provision of supply chain services.
Centro Ricerche FIAT is participating to the Cyrene project that aims in developing methodologies, techniques and tools for the efficient evaluation and handling of security threats and vulnerabilities supporting the involved infrastructures for the provision of critical Supply Chain Services
Cybersecurity insurance is a new and emerging industry, and companies that purchase these products are considered as early adopters in a very dynamic and fluctuating environments where cybersecurity policies suddenly change depending on the severity of the associated cyber risks.
This blogpost will focus on the privacy and data protection layer of CYRENE’s solution that will enable Critical Information Infrastructures (CIIs) to set up security and data protection configurations based on existing legal and regulatory frameworks.
Effective visualization of cyber threats and cyber attacks can be of great assistance to empowering the cybersecurity protocols of supply chains and supply chain services.
Safeguarding the cybersecurity of supply chains (SCs) is an ever evolving and continuous challenge. In CYRENE project, we aim to tackle certain cybersecurity aspects related to the SCs. One of those aspects relates to the supply chain vulnerability assessment.
CYRENE considers security certification of the SCS as a main mitigation measure and it proposes a cybersecurity scheme, a risk and conformity assessment methodologies and a tool to realize the SCS certification process
In today’s world, the internet supply chain owners and participants need to make sure that not only their companies are secure from cyber-attacks, but the rest of the affiliates of the supply chain are secured as well. This need becomes more prominent with the rise in popularity of ransomware attacks...
Hardware-based security, using Field-Programmable Gate Array (FGPA) technology, may provide a viable solution for securing critical parts of Supply Chain systems against cyberattacks.
We use Ontologies in the CYRENE project to model assets and their dependencies in the field of the supply chain.