This blog post was originally published for the CS-AWARE-NEXT project: https://www.cs-aware-next.eu/ Don’t remember if have heard of this incident before, but this could actually be a great base scenario for CS-AWARE-NEXT. It is about the May 2021 ransomware attack [...]
CS-AWARE is proud to announce a new book on cybersecurity awareness that presents a novel approach to cybersecurity awareness based on the CS-AWARE H2020 project. The books tells the story of the implementation of CS-AWARE as a unique socio-technical solution [...]
On May the 13th 2022, the Council of Europe and the European Parliament agreed on an update to the successful NIS directive, fittingly titled NIS2. The aim is clear, namely to further improve the resilience and incident response capacities of [...]
Steffen Mau, a German Professor for Macrosociology at the Humboldt University in Berlin has written a book that appeared in German in 2017 and in English in 2019 entitled: ‘The Metric Society: On the Quantification of the Social’. In brief, [...]
CS-AWARE Corporation has successfully acquired EU funding for a new project. The project is called CS-AWARE-NEXT and builds on the legacy of the CS-AWARE project, from which the CS-AWARE Corporation originated. The project application has been submitted under the new [...]
The first high profile cyberattack in 2021 against a Local Public Administration in Germany has now taken place. One of the affected systems is the social security payments system. The reaction was quite drastic and a state of emergency has [...]
The Center for Security and Emerging Technology has issued a new report, Machine Learning and Cybersecurity: Hype and Reality. In case you haven’t read the full report yet, Bruce Schneier sums it up quite well. What we would like to [...]
Cyberwatching.eu, the European observatory of research and innovation in the field of cybersecurity and privacy, has featured CS-AWARE Corporation as a perfect example of a success story bringing European research to the market. Cyberwatching.eu is an initiative funded under the [...]
Since publishing the first European cybersecurity strategy in 2013, the EU has been continuously creating and updating the building blocks for a collaborative European cybersecurity framework, most notably the network and information security (NIS) directive and the general data protection [...]
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