STOP-IT has reached its second stage. The majority of the project solutions and tools have been developed and are now tested at the frontrunner water utilities to guarantee applicability and adaptability of the solutions.
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Water infrastructures are protected from physical threats like accidents or terror attacks. But with the rise of new digital technologies, different threats emerge. The STOP-IT project is working on solutions to these physical-cyber threats.
A number of project results were introduced by the STOP-IT partners during the annual project meeting last week in Athens. The Public Warning Notification System, the Smart Lock solution Meklock
In cooperation with the Grand Water Research Institute, the Centre for Cyber Law and Policy, and the Minerva Centre for the Rule of Law under Extreme Conditions, STOP-IT organized
Vulnerability analysis of water distribution systems is a complex task. A review of the literature reveals that there is currently no universally acceptable definition
18 months after the STOP-IT project has begun its work, the work-package leaders and the project coordinator met with the European Commission in Brussels at the end of November for the midterm review meeting.
Having recognised the essentiality of protecting critical infrastructure against cyber-physical threats and attacks, STOP-IT partners have proceeded with the development of a risk management framework and tools with the ultimate goal to equip water utilities with novel and propriety security solutions.
For the yearly project meeting, more than 50 members from the STOP-IT consortium met in sunny Barcelona in Spain for an intense two-day-conference in the middle of June.
STOP-IT was presented at the yearly autumn seminar of Vannforsk at the 28th November 2017, titled „Research projects in the final phase – What have we learnt?“
With a successful kickoff-meeting at the beginning of June 2017 in Oslo, a new European H2020 funded research project has begun its work.