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National Centre for Critical Infrastructure Protection Open in new window

CNPIC is the National Centre for Critical Infrastructure Protection in Spain, being the national coordinating authority and the international Point of Contact in the matter. CNPIC is in charge of assessing the criticality of strategic infrastructures, fostering information exchange among public and private stakeholders and putting forward all the measures needed to ensure confidentiality and to improve critical infrastructure protection.

Concerning the project CloudCERT, CNPIC assumes the role of the platform user defining functional requirements, testing and simulating information exchange scenarios.

Europe for business (EFB) Open in new window

EFB is a European consulting company specialised in the identification of relevant EU grant opportunities for public and private organisations. Based in London with a branch office in Brussels we are member of Research Innovation Business Network (RIBN) and European Projects Association (EPA) and work with partners in Europe, Latin America, Western Balkans. Our main activities are Consulting services, Training and coaching activities as well as Communication and dissemination activities.

Concerning the project CloudCERT, EFB assumes the role in dissemination and communication activities.

Fondazione ICSA (Intelligence Culture and Strategic Analysis) Open in new window

The I.C.S.A Foundation (Intelligence Culture and Strategic Analysis), a non-governmental body, is a centre of analysis and of cultural processing that intends to deal in innovative ways with security, defence and intelligence issues. Its mission is to analyse the main aspects of national and foreign security issues, of the evolution of military defence models with respect to external threats, of the increasing criminal and illegal phenomena in Italy and abroad, including cyber and technological security of the State and its individual citizens, especially in light of the intervening economic, financial and legal globalization.

Concerning the project CloudCERT, I.C.S.A. leads the secure framework definition.

INDRA Systems, Inc Open in new window

Indra is a global technology, innovation and talent company. It is on the cutting edge of high value-added solutions and services for the Transport and Traffic, Energy and Industry, Public Administration and Healthcare, Financial Services, Security and Defense and Telecom and Media sectors. The company operates in more than 110 countries and has more than 36,000 employees worldwide, focusing on developing innovative solutions that meet the needs of the most demanding clients. Indra ranks second in Europe by R & D spend, investing close to €500m during the last three years.

Concerning the project CloudCERT, Indra leads and executes the design and development task, as well the testing states of the project’s technological solution.

Spanish National Institute of Cybersecurity (INCIBE) Open in new window

(Formerly known as INTECO - National Institute of Communication Technologies, during the execution of the CloudCERT project)

INCIBE is a company part of the Red.es Group depending on the Ministry of Industry, Energy and Tourism (Minetur), through SETSI, the Secretariat of State for Telecommunications and the Information Society. INCIBE is the reference institution regarding the development of cybersecurity, and digital trust for citizens, RedIRIS (the Spanish academia and research network), and businesses, especially sectors of strategic importance.

Concerning the CloudCERT project, INCIBE assumes the role of coordinator and works actively on the analysis, design, development, testing and dissemination of the technological solution.

Zanasi & Partners Open in new window

Founded in 2006, limited liability company since 2007. ZANASI Alessandro SrL (aka: "Zanasi & Partners") is a research and advisory company, incorporated in Italy and active internationally. It serves the security research market focusing on technological applications to security/intelligence issues. Main skills: cybersecurity, data/text mining and information retrieval/analysis. Main clients include leading technology companies, national and international public institutions. Its professionals and partners have generally a twofold background: security (and/or intelligence) and advanced technological skills. The company was appointed ESRIF Plenary member in summer 2007 after the appointment of its founder to ESRAB in 2005.

Concerning the project CloudCERT, Zanasi & Partners provides requirements for the system concept, and definition of the security framework.