BFP Group

In the renewable energy sources (RES) world, the end users are generally more interested in the optimization of the energy production in order to get a business plan as much profitable as possible.

On the other side, the attention towards the protection of the plants from cyber attacks is usually neglected and protection measures usually do not go beyond the installation of common firewalls and antiviruses.

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PHOENIX Task 1.1

Following the kick-off meeting in Paris, the next task of the project is “Identification of threats across EPES infrastructure” being led by ASM with CTS, SILO, DNV, ISKRA, BFP, EMOT, ELLJ, BTC, PPC, EON, TRANS, TELE, CRE, CEL and RWTH helping.

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5G cellular networks and smart grids

Evolving power grids, i.e. smarts grids, combine communications and information technologies and electric power grid technology to create a sustainable electric energy system. What used to be a static top-down network is becoming a highly dynamic meshed grid between large number of active participants.

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PHOENIX project kick-off meeting

The PHOENIX project held a successful kick-off meeting at Capgemini headquarters in Issy Les Moulineaux, Paris, France on 12 and 13 September 2019. The aim of PHOENIX, funded by the European Commission through the programme Horizon 2020, is to develop cyber-shield armour to the European Electrical Power and Energy System (EPES) infrastructure. It focusses on protection of EPES via prevention, early detection and fast mitigation of cyberattacks.

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