Sharing information for better cyber security

Tuesday, 11 April, 2017
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The EU-funded SISSDEN project will create, deploy and operate a network of sensors to detect, collect and share information about potential threats to cyber security and how to tighten computer defences accordingly.

Cyber threats are pertinent to everyone who uses the internet today – any online presence exposes a user to potential attacks from malware, botnets or other sources. Ordinary people and SMEs are particularly vulnerable as they lack the required knowledge to defend themselves.

In response, the EU-funded SISSDEN project is working on a data collection and sharing system which would make information available to all about potential threats and how to deal with them – at no cost. The project consortium is creating, deploying and operating a worldwide network of sensors that will collect threat data with the use of honeypot and darknet technologies.

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Project: 
Secure Information Sharing Sensor Delivery event Network
Project Acronym: 
SISSDEN
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