The workshop was held on January 21st2019 at the Digital Catapult Centre in London and was hosted by Hermeneut which is an EU Horizon 2020 sister project of C3ISP. The workshop introduced a new perspective on cyber risk which has been developed as part of the Hermeneut project. The focus in this event was on applying this to the UK Connected Autonomous Vehicle (CAV) Eco-System.
C3ISP presentation at the Hermeneut Workshop in London
Hermeneut is a Horizon 2020 Project that has the challenging overall goal of creating a holistic, dynamic cybersecurity risk assessment model and approach to cost-benefit analysis that addresses the human factors, the role of intangible assets and the strategies of the cyber attackers.
As part of the Hermeneut project, the Digital Catapult has proposed a new approach to Cyber risk which integrates ideas from economics and complexity science into a new approach to understanding dynamic and emergent threats.
Digital Catapult also represented the C3ISP project and gave a presentation on our project and the potential for exploiting C3ISP Cyber Threat Information sharing capabilities to help mitigate such emergent systemic risks to the Cyber Eco-Systems of the UK’s Critical National Infrastructures.
The workshop attracted participants from the UK and Europe and included representatives from Government departments, and Industry.