CITADEL: industrial cybersecurity
New technologies to strengthen the industrial cybersecurity
- FONDAZIONE BRUNO KESSLER
- UNIVERSITE GRENOBLE ALPES
- TTTECH COMPUTERTECHNIK AG
- SYSGO AG
- FREQUENTIS AG
- TECHNISCHE UNIVERSITEIT EINDHOVEN
- IKERLAN SCL
- UNICONTROLS A.S.
- J.W. OSTENDORF GMBH & CO. KG
- OAS AKTIENGESELLSCHAFT
- KASPERSKY LAB UK LTD
- INSTITUT FÜR ANGEWANDTE SYSTEMTECHNIK BREMEN GMBH
- ATSEC INFORMATION SECURITY AB
6 065 267,25€
European programmes: Horizon 2020 - Research and Innovation Framework Programme
Citadel is developing a comprehensive offer to enhance the IT security of industrial systems and critical infrastructures. One of its main innovations is the fact that it is developing the technology necessary to include in a single hardware platform different functions that are currently dispersed, and which may have different cybersecurity requirements. The main advantage of this system is that defending a single point is easier than doing so in a distributed system.
Citadel’s technology will be tested in the Prague metro system. Adaptive MILS technology will be used to develop a system for interconnection of communications networks with different levels of criticality and security. The objective is to ensure the continual availability and security of communications between all components that make up the system. Pilot cases will also be commissioned in a manufacturing plant and in a voice communication equipment.