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RESCUE

Resilience and Cyber Security of Integrated Cyber-Physical Energy Systems

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RESCUE develops advanced mathematical and computational foundations, methods and technologies to protect utilities from state-sponsored cyber-attacks. It will also work to ensure the Control Room of the Future, which “integrates resources of renewable energy into the grid and transports it to end users”, is cyber-secured.

What are we trying to achieve and how?

The aim of the project is to help guard energy systems against online attacks from foreign entities. RESCUE will combine innovative technologies, incident response strategies and human actions. It will also consider future developments in digitalization and cyber threats.

Participating organisations

CWI
Delft University of Technology
 DNV GL
European Network for Cyber Security
Natural Sciences & Engineering
Natural Sciences & Engineering
Netherlands eScience Center
Siemens
TenneT TSO

Team

AS
Alex Stefanov
Principal investigator
Delft University of Technology
SA
Suvayu Ali
eScience Research Engineer
Netherlands eScience Center
Rena Bakhshi
Rena Bakhshi
Programme Manager
Netherlands eScience Center
Ole Mussmann
Ole Mussmann
Sander van Rijn
Sander van Rijn
Laurent Soucasse
Laurent Soucasse
Lead RSE
Netherlands eScience Center

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