Research

GCSEC offers the opportunity to develop researches on cyber security field. The research will be conducted by international teams of experts, thanks to the collaboration with other centers, academies and institutions. The research will be concentrated in several areas of cyber security.
Some samples of areas are authentication, cryptography; computer forensics and intrusion detection; reliability of computer and network applications; privacy and confidentiality; network security architecture; security administration and analysis; emerging threats; vulnerability assessments; remote access and wireless security; enhancement of law enforcement ability to detect, investigate, and prosecute cyber-crimes.



Activities

Study on CERTs organizational and operating models

Depending by the internal policies and organizations, strategies, constituency and external factors, CERTs (Computer Emergency Response Team) organizational and operation models can vary from an organization to other.

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Advance Persistent Threats Study

In the last years, many public and private organizations have been target of Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs).

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ATM Security Study

In the last few years the typology and numbers of attacks against Automated Teller Machine (ATM) systems have increased.

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Industrial control System Security in Energy sector

Industrial Control Systems (ICS) are composed of physical entities whose functioning heavily relies on ICT components.

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SoES - Security of Energy Systems

In the last decade, with the widespread deployment of standard computer and telecommunication technologies, Energy Systems begun to get connected through private/public networks.

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CERT - Computer Emergency Response Team

GCSEC supported public and private partners to develop Computer Emergency Response Capability.

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DENSEK – Distributed ENergy SEcurity Knowledge

DENSEK is a European project funded by the DG Home Affairs and is part of the CIPS program focusing on "prevention, preparedness and consequence management of terrorism and other security related risks".

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ECESM - Enhancement of cyber educational system of Montenegro

The ECESM project has been designed to enhance overall cyber security posture of the Montenegro (ME) by accelerating the availability of educational and training resources....

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E-CRIME – The Economic Impacts of Cyber Crime

E-CRIME (the economic impacts of cyber crime) is a three year project that started in April 2014 and will end in March 2017.

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Information sharing and public-private partnerships: Perspectives and Proposals

The Global Cyber Security Center supported UNICRI in developing the study "Information sharing and public-private partnerships: Perspectives and proposals".

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