• EU H2020

    Electrical Power System’s Shield against complex incidents and extensive cyber and privacy attacks

  • EU H2020

    Electrical Power System’s Shield against complex incidents and extensive cyber and privacy attacks

  • EU H2020

    Electrical Power System’s Shield against complex incidents and extensive cyber and privacy attacks

  • EU H2020

    Electrical Power System’s Shield against complex incidents and extensive cyber and privacy attacks

  • EU H2020

    Electrical Power System’s Shield against complex incidents and extensive cyber and privacy attacks

  • EU H2020

    Electrical Power System’s Shield against complex incidents and extensive cyber and privacy attacks

PHOENIX Tools towards secure Electrical Power and Energy Systems (EPES)

Universal Secure Gateway (USG)

A Hardware and Software system, as a secure network edge device, direct connected with existing EPES assets (i.e. RTUs, PLC, SCADA).

Incidents Mitigation and Enforcement Countermeasures (IMEC)

Self-learning mechanism aimed at cyber-human incidents/attacks/accidents mitigation, prioritizing the most relevant information.

EPES Situation Awareness, Perception and Comprehension (SAPC)

Deep-learning methodologies, big-data analysis and proposing countermeasures, leading to significant reduction of security costs.

Incidents’ Information Sharing Platform (I2SP)

Distributed yet fully synchronized “by default” pan-European platform for incidents’ information and trained models sharing across EPES operators and CERTs.

Privacy Protection Enforcement (PPE)

Implementation of an advanced legal framework for suitably managing data, ensuring adequate levels of GDPR compliance, well beyond legacy Data Management Platforms.

Cybersecurity Certification Centre

Created to accelerate the testing and certification of new EPES secure products in the market.

PHOENIX pilots

PHOENIX will involve real-world scenarios to validate the effectiveness of PHOENIX across 5 European Large Scale Pilots (LSP) in Italy, Germany, Slovenia, Greece and Romania involving the complete end-to-end generation, transmission, distribution and presumption value chain.

PHOENIX LSP 1 will be implemented by ASM and EMOT in Umbria region (Segment A) and by BFP in Puglia region (Segment B) and will validate PHOENIX at DSO and prosumer level on a regional and crosssite information exchange at national level.

PHOENIX LSP2 will be provided by PPC at distributed RES generation level. LSP2 will feature 3 Hydroelectric Power Plants (HPPs) located in Northern Greece.

PHOENIX LSP 3 will be implemented by ELLJ and BTC in the commercial and industrial area of BTC in Ljubljana.

In the south of Sweden EON established a Demand Side Response (DSR) system in order to manage the energy of domestic consumer and thus experience the contribution to the local grid.

PHOENIX LSP 5 will have significant business impact and political importance validating PHOENIX at DSO, TSO and national-wise CERT level.
Moreover, it will validate national and cross-border information and incidents exchange and governance hierarchies sharing models as foreseen by NIS Directive.


This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and Innovation programme under grant agreement N°832989. All information on this website reflects only the authors’ view. The Agency and the Commission are not responsible for any use that may be made of the information this website contains.

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