The PHOENIX project, in collaboration with projects SDN microSENSE, CyberSEAS, EnergyShield and ELECTRON, all funded by the European Commission/REA under the Digital Security Call “Cybersecurity in the Electrical Power and Energy System (EPES),” proudly announce the creation of the Cybersecurity Innovation Cluster for Electrical Power and Energy System (EPES).
Paris, February 27, 2020 – Gapgemini (coordinator of the PHOENIX project) and INTRASOFT International (member of the PHOENIX consortium, and leader of the PHOENIX Incidents Information Sharing Platform (I2SP)) have been granted a new contract under the call ”Cybersecurity digital service infrastructure establishment of a core service platform cooperation mechanism for Information Sharing and Analysis Centres (ISACs) facilities manager” (SMART 2018/1022).
The 3rd plenary meeting of PHOENIX was successfully organized over video teleconference in June 2020. The two days saw constructive presentations and discussions about the upcoming real-life large scale pilots , overlap of WPs and PHOENIX platform architecture.
Stakeholders Consultation Event and synergies within the European H2020 Projects SOGNO, WISEGRID, PHOENIX, CROSSBOW and DEFENDER. The event is organized by CRE (Romanian Energy Center) as an Online Video-Conference.
The second plenary meeting of PHOENIX was successfully held at INTRASOFT International SA at Athens, Greece on 4th and 5th Feb 2020. The meeting was attended by the consortium partners and the EU Commission Project Officer.
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.
The PHOENIX project held a successful kick-off meeting at Capgemini headquarters in Issy Les Moulineaux, Paris, France on 12 and 13 September 2019.