This deliverable presents the initial version of the training material to be provided in CYBERWISER.eu. This deliverable describes the course templates and method applied to develop training courses and the training material.CYBERWISER_D4.1_Training_Material_Initial_Version_V1.0.pdf, D4.1_Training_Material_Initial_Version_V1.0.zip
The present document presents the first of 3 versions of the plan for communication, dissemination and stakeholders engagement activities of the CYBERWISER.eu.
Moving from the project objectives, the strategy for communication and stakeholders engagement (WP6, “Communication, community development, policy & go-to-market”) is defined for the period December 2018 – February 2020. In particular, a drill-down on the stakeholder groups and channels utilised is enclosed.
This deliverable is the first output of Task T2.2 entitled “Overall Vision and Design”. It reports the work done during the initial stage of the design of the platform (M3-M6 [November 2018 – February 2019], being the final one the period M7-M12 [March 2019 – August 2019]). The design of the CYBERWISER.eu Platform consists of an architecture based on a set of components working together to provide a cyber range platform. The components of the platform are presented, and their role explained. The interfaces between different components are described, remarking which components provide or consume them.CYBERWISER_D2_3_PlatformDesignInitialVersion v1.0.pdf
D8.3 - PRACTICAL TOOLS FOR ASSESSING THE SOCIO-ECONOMIC IMPACT OF RISK MANAGEMENT IMPLEMENTATION FOR CYBER SECURITY, FINAL VERSION
The overall aim of D8.3 is to show the pragmatic approach that WISER is taking to cyber risk management as an essential asset for businesses and public-sector organisations that depend on IT/computer software for their core business, operational efficiency, or added-value services.
Specifically, D8.3 reports on the final development of CW-SEIT.
This deliverable documents the implementation, deployment and operation of the Real-Time Assessment Infrastructure. It is composed of three modules, namely: 1) The Risk Assessment Engine; 2) The Data Warehouse and 3) The Decision Support System.
The document provides an overview of the modules and then goes deeper into the description of each of them and how they interplay with the rest of the Framework.
This document is the final version of the Communication Plan, covering the actions and impact for the period May 2016 to May 2017 and the plans for the last 6 months of the project (June-November 2017) as part of an all-partner commitment to communicating WISER and disseminating its results to the diverse audiences targeted.
This plan is now the focus of WP8 based on three pillars namely a complete product range for major marketing campaigns, portability to other verticals for verification (Manufacturing, Transportation, ICT, Healthcare and connected devices, Public Administrations) in addition to a wide pool of SMEs that also but not only operate in these verticals and a business model to be tested.
Release: June 201720170626_WISER_D8_6_v10.pdf
This document is the second version of three such plans, covering the actions and impact for the period December 2015 to May 2016 and the plans for the next 12 months as part of an all-partner commitment to communicating WISER and disseminating its results to the diverse audiences targeted.
Release: May 2016WISER_D8_5_v10.pdf
WISER is an innovation action and, as such, it puts considerable effort into defining a sustainable goto- market path. The project Work Package 8 – Go to Market plays a fundamental role in defining the what, who, when and how, but can only go so far in delivering key goals.
Release: November 201520150721_WISER_D8.1_Media Platform_v1.0_final.pdf
D8.2 Practical Tools For Assessing The Socio-Economic Impact Of Risk Management Implementation For Cyber Security, First Version
This document presents the first version of the socio-economic impact tool to provide a qualitative estimation of the socio-economic impact of cyber risk events in relation to the risk management of an organisation. One of the objectives of the socio-economic tool is to increase awareness of the consequences of cyber risks and encourage particularly small organisations (SMEs, small IT teams in public administration) to manage their risks more efficiently.
Release: December 201620161207_WISER_D8_2_v10.pdf
The purpose of this document is to report on the WISER web presence, end-user engagement, including social media channel presence activation. In this report, we detail the first roll-out of the Media Platform and describe plans for future developments as WISER prepares for market uptake. It also describes the activation of social media channels as one of the means for building the community and communicating WISER benefits.
Release: August 2015WISER_D8.1_Media Platform.pdf
This document describes the WISER approach to validation. It outlines the validation plan and activities which WISER is undertaking to make sure that all the requirements have been addressed and all the expressed specifications match the user needs.
The role of validation exercise is two-fold, on the one hand it helps determine if the system meets the technical specifications (developer view) and on the other it determines whether the system meets operational business and user needs. Ultimately it supports the continuous frameworks and service improvement and helps build trust.
The second in a series of three such documents, the main goal of the Market Watch report is to consolidate the analysis of the WISER market and value chain positioning detailed in the first version of the report (Deliv 7.1) delivered in month 9 of the project.
More specifically the document further reports on market conditions, updating the analysis of both the demand and supply side, as well as the WISER market positioning, highlighting key market developments and related initiatives also on cyber insurance.
Release: November 201620161130_WISER_D7_2_v10.pdf
WISER has adopted a multi-faceted approach to its interaction with the EAPs, as detailed in this report. A key outcome of the feedback received is a clear understanding of the expectations of prospective users of the WISER framework by offering a guide for the design and development of the framework.
Release: May 2016WISER_D6_2_v10.pdf
This report serves two purposes. First, it describes the business processes, cybersecurity needs and current practice of the associate partners for which the early assessment pilots (EAPs) are conducted, thereby creating a shared initial understanding of these organizations among the consortium members. Second, the report provides an overview over standards, methods and tools for security and risk management, security testing, vulnerability and threat monitoring.
Release: August 2015WISER_D6_1_Best Practices & EAP Preliminary Version.pdf
This deliverable documents the design of the Real-Time assessment infrastructure of the WISER Framework and the interfaces among the internal components implementing the real-time feature of WISER and external elements. This is the core of the Framework and is composed by the Risk Assessment Engine, the Data Warehouse and the Decision Support System.
Release: February 201620160115_WISER_D5_1_v10.pdf
This deliverable documents the design of the WISER’s monitoring infrastructure consisting of sensors, agents, and the central Data Warehouse. It also focuses on demonstrating its capabilities. The WISER Monitoring is based on agent push monitoring strategy and consists of WISER Agents pushing monitoring and testing data towards the central storage. In this deliverable we present the details of the monitoring infrastructure and describe the monitoring sensors that comprise the WISER solution.
Release: October 201620160907_WISER_D4_2_v1_0.pdf
This deliverable documents the design of WISER’s monitoring infrastructure and focuses on metrics related to exposed vulnerabilities and detected malicious activities on the target system.
Release: February 201620150507_WISER_D4_1_v10.pdf
This document reports on the work carried out to offer support for cyber risk modelling in the WISER framework. This support is provided in the form of modelling languages and corresponding guidelines and structures that are specifically aimed at facilitating development of cyber risk models to fulfil the role implied by the framework design documented in D2.3 and implemented in D2.4.
Release: March 2017WISER_D3_4_v10.pdf
Deliverable 3.3 is foreseen as a demonstrator consisting of three software tools that have been carefully selected by the consortium in order to serve a specific purpose in the WISER framework. This document gives an overview of the demostrator in the form of a witten report.
Release: May 2016