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City-level Cyber-Secure Multimodal Transport Ecosystem - CITYSCAPE

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The Romanian National Cyber Security Directorate (NCSD) is the beneficiary of a non-reimbursable financing for the implementation of “City-level Cyber-Secure Multimodal Transport Ecosystem - CITYSCAPE” project, under the addendum no. 883321-23 of the grant agreement no. 883321. The project is financed through European Union Horizon 2020 Programme, under the call H2020-SU-DS-2018-2019-2020/H2020-SU-DS-2019 topics. 

 

Coordinator: 

  • Institute of Communication & Computer Systems (ICCS), Greece 

Partners: 

  • Airbus CyberSecurity SAS (ACS) - France 
  • European Dynamics Luxembourg SA (ED) – Luxemburg 
  • Kaspersky LAB ITALIA SRL (KSP) – Italy 
  • Tallinn Transport Authority (TALLINN) – Estonia 
  • Directoratul Național de Securitate Cibernetică (DNSC) – Romania 
  • Azienda Mobilita e Transporti SPA (AMT) – Italy 
  • Stam SRL (STAM) – Italy 
  • Gruppo SIGLA SRL (SIGL) – Italy 
  • University of Piraeus Research Center (UPRC)- Greece 
  • OPPIDA (OPP) – France 
  • Austrian Standards International - Standardisierung und Innovation (ASI) - Austria 
  • CS GROUP (DXT) – France 
  • Engineering - Ingegneria Informatica SPA (ENG)– Italy 
  • TALLINNA Tehnikaulikool (TalTECH) – Estonia 

Duration of the action: 36 months, between 1st of September 2020 – 31st of August 2023 

Duration of DNSC activities: 17 months, between 1st of April 2022 – 31st of August 2023 

Total value: € 6 293 011,25 of which non-reimbursable financial assistance: € 4 998 057,88 

DNSC budget: € 157,000.00 

Project website: www.cityscape-project.eu   

The overall objective of the project is to explore all different cybersecurity dimensions of multimodal transport. These dimensions will drive a characterization of the cyber-threats in the ICT multimodal transport, extended to the close-by power and financial sector. Innovative software tools will be introduced to estimate the cyber-threats propagation in the system. CitySCAPE will introduce innovative risk analysis techniques and orchestrates a number of software solutions to realize an interoperable toolkit that seamlessly integrates to any multimodal transport system.  

The specific objectives of the project are as follows: 

  • detect suspicious traffic-data values and identify persistent cyber-threats; 
  • evaluate a cyber-attack’s impact in both technical and financial terms; 
  • combine external knowledge and internally-observed activities to enhance the predictability of zero-day cyber-attacks; 
  • instantiate a networked overlay to circulate informative notifications to CERT/CSIRT and support their interplay. 

The proposed solution will be validated in two regional-level pilots (in Tallinn, Estonia and Genoa, Italy) over a timely set of use-cases carefully selected by the end-users (i.e., transport operators). The CitySCAPE capability of collaborative threat investigation will immediately strengthen the CERTs/CSIRTs link to the transportation stakeholders while the CitySCAPE dedicated security assurance framework will gradually reinforce trust links between transport actors: 

  • The Tallinn Pilot is focusing on future technology implementation for the city’s public transportation system as cyber-security exercise and test case for the near future technology which will be available soon in EU; 
  • The Genoa Pilot aims at identifying and tackling the most critical cybersecurity threats that can be realized on data exchange in the multi-modal transport system of the city: buses, subway network, trolley buses, elevators, funicular railways, cog railway, narrow-gauge railway, urban ferry-boats and on-call services. 

The activities of the project are the following: 

WP1: Project Management & Consortium Coordination; 

WP2: Use-cases and Vulnerabilities modelling; 

WP3: User/system requirements & architecture; 

WP4: Multi-modal transport system deployment; 

WP5: CitySCAPE security layer implementation; 

WP6: Data handling and CitySCAPE solution integration; 

WP7: Pilot demonstrators and validation; 

WP8: Standardization and exploitation; 

WP9: Training, Awareness and high-impact dissemination; 

WP10: Ethics requirements. 

 

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