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TPEB CR has proudly joined two consortia applying for the projects within prestigious H2020 program Secure Societies Protecting freedom and security of Europe and its citizens.

The first project called Pan-European Network of Practitioners in the field of Critical Infrastructures (EU-CIRP) intends to further stimulate cooperation among the relevant CIP stakeholders while focusing on an evaluation of recent efforts in the area and searching for strategic and standardisation solutions for existing challenges. The above-mentioned project creates a strategic opportunity to involve TPEB members in follow-up project activities related to critical infrastructure protection in a wider context with the expected 100% support of the consortia costs. Therefore, a very intense involvement of members in the next project period can be expected. In the coming weeks, we will be happy to introduce you to these projects and find your possible engagement. The potentials of the projects can also be used in your strategy, which we will be intensively consulted with you. The very strong consortium of the project includes the following members:

 

Participant No * Participant organisation name Country
1 (Coordinator) Center for Security Studies (KEMEA) GR
2 Croatian Network of Urban Security Stakeholders (CIC) CR
3 European Organization for Security (EOS) B
4 European University of Cyprus (EUC) CY
5 European Hospital and Healthcare Federation (HOPE) B
6 Ministry of Interior (MoI) BG
7 Spanish Technology Platform on Industrial Safety & Security (PESI) ES
8 Scottish Government (Critical Infrastructure Resilience Unit) UK
9 Technology Platform Energy Security (TPEB) CZ
10 International Union of Railways (UIC) F
11 Ente Nazionale Energia Atomica (ENEA) I
12 Romanian Association for CIP and Related Services (ARPIC) RO
13 Polícia Judiciária of Portugal (PJ) PT

 

 

The second project – BehavVer – Behavioural Patterns Verification for Prevention of Physical Penetration using Identity Theft intends to develop BehavVer software (the name is the abbreviation for Behavioural Patterns Verification) to prevent identity theft based on video surveillance of physical behavioural patterns (i.e. how the person usually behaves), especially when other identity control mechanisms are outmanoeuvred by the attacker or not applicable. In this case the consortium involves the following partners:

 

Participant No Participant organization name Acronym Country
1

(Coordinator)

ZILINSKA UNIVERZITA V ZILINE UNIZA Slovak Republic
2 SOFTWARE COMPETENCE CENTER HAGENBERG GMBH SCCH Austria
3 FRAUNHOFER-INSTITUTE FOR PRODUCTION SYSTEMS AND DESIGN TECHNOLOGY (IPK) – AUTOMATION DEPARTMENT FH Germany
4 UNIVERSITA CATTOLICA DEL SACRO CUORE UCSC Italy
5 UNIVERSITY OF ULSTER UU United Kingdom
6 GENERAL TADEUSZ KOSCIUSZKO MILITARY ACADEMY OF LAND FORCES IN WROCLAW MALF Poland
7 TECHNOLOGICAL ENERGY PLATFORM TPEB Czech Republic
8 ISEMI – INTERNATIONAL SECURITY AND EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE, N.P.O. ISEMI Slovak Republic
9 THE POLISH POLICE LEA1 Poland
10 MUNICIPAL POLICE ZLIN LEA2 Czech Republic
11 ISRAEL NATIONAL POLICE LEA3 Israel
12 LANCASHIRE CONSTABULARY LEA4 United Kingdom
13 HAMPSHIRE CONSTABULARY LEA5 United Kingdom
14 SUSTAINABLE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SOLUTIONS SCJS United Kingdom
15 VIRTE, A.S. VIRTE Slovakia

The mission of TPEB CR is to establish scientific-research and industrial platform, aim of which is to support activities relating to research, development and introduction of new technologies ensuring protection of critical infrastructure in areas of energy industry and cybernetic.

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Last update 9.6.2021