CERTIFY is a multi-partner research project which got funding under HORIZON-CL3-2021-CS-01.
Achieve High Level Security
Detect and Respond to a wide Spectrum of Attacks
Powered by Collaborative/Decentralized Technologies
CERTIFY will validate the architecture through cutting-edge use-cases and pave the way towards innovative security in a broad spectrum of IoT environments.
Start: 1st October 2022
Duration: 36 Months
CERTIFY has SMART (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic and Timely) Specific Objectives.
Cybersecurity awareness for IoT-enabled environments through a multi-stakeholder sharing of threats and mitigations
Secure reconfiguration and maintenance of customizable embedded devices by means of open hardware primitives and services
Perform security operational management based on bootstrapping and monitoring of attacks and malicious behaviours
Runtime security compliance and continuous certification methodology via objective metrics
Foster knowledge delivery via wide dissemination, capacity building and supporting standardization activities. Build a robust exploitation plan to boost ROI by optimizing current and future EU cybersecurity capabilities
Industrial validation of the CERTIFY framework in IoT ecosystems
All objectives will be validated against well defined KPIs.
The CERTIFY project is led by visionary, and experienced leader.
Antonio SkarmetaProject Coordinator
Full Professor at University of Murcia in the Department of Information and Communication Engineering
“If you think that the internet has changed your life, think again. The Internet of Things is about to change it all over again!”
Brendan O'Brien, Chief Innovation Officer & Co-Founder at Aria Systems
Security by Design Support
Continuous Security Assessment and Monitoring
Detect, Mitigate, and Reconfigure Timely
Secure IoT OTA Updating
Continuous Security Information Sharing
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon CL3 Increased Cybersecurity 2021 under grant number agreement number 101069471 and from the Swiss State Secretariat for Education, Research and Innovation (SERI) under grant agreement numbers 22.00165 and 22.00191