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  • 1. SECURE –FORCE Project Christodoulos Keratidis Atlantis Consulting S.A. 1 st SEE-INNOVATION Know How Event Skopje, 14-15 December 2006
  • 2. Atlantis Consulting S.A.
    • Business Consultancy based in Greece (Thessaloniki, Athens)
    • Subsidiary: Atlantis Consulting Cyprus
    • Services
      • Subsidies related services (EU & National)
      • Management Consulting (Management Systems, Business Plans)
      • Public Administration Support (Strategic Planning, Management, Evaluation of development programmes)
      • Science & Technology Policy Studies (Impact Assessment, Policy Studies, Technology Foresight, Innovation Management)
    • Further information: www.atlantisresearch.gr
  • 3. SECURE –FORCE Project
    • An ETI project focused on SECURITY research
    • N etwork of European partners promoting the participation of small and medium sized companies in the Seventh Framework Programme (FP7) in the field of security
    • 23 Organisations from 14 countries: France, Greece, Belgium, Italy, Spain, Hungary, Luxembourg, Germany, Israel, UK, Austria, the Netherlands, Poland, and Cyprus
    • Coordinator: ALMA CONSULTING GROUP
    • Duration: 36 months (January 2006 – December 2008)
  • 4. Who should be involved?
    • Small and medium sized companies with an interest in SECURITY-research-related sectors, such as:
      • Secure communication systems and services
      • Networked infrastructure security
      • Transportation facility security (including aeronautics)
      • Privacy and data protection
      • Protection against terrorism & bio-terrorism
      • Crisis prevention and management
    • Also Universities, public research centres and large companies in the security field with a view to integrating small companies with appropriate technologies and expertise in their security related R & D projects, funded through FP7
  • 5. What benefits can SECURE FORCE offer?
    • Access to advance notification of forthcoming FP7 projects and calls for proposals in security related areas
    • Active contact between small and medium sized companies, project coordinators or potential investors
    • Assistance and support for small and medium sized companies to ensure their successful integration into large scale R&D partnerships
    • A project web site with an online partner search facility
    • Access to an online searchable database of up to 3.000 SMEs in the security field
    • Audits of small and medium companies to classify their expertise and identify areas to develop
    • Training sessions and workshops concerning FP7
  • 6. Workshops
    • 7 workshops
      • Italy
      • Austria
      • Spain
      • Poland
      • Hungary
      • Cyprus
      • Luxembourg
    • Training on:
      • Financial and administrative aspects
      • Patents and IPR management
      • Trans-national technology transfer
      • Innovation financing activities
  • 7. Areas of interest
    • FP7, Cooperation: 9 thematic priorities
      • Health
      • Food, Agriculture & Biotechnology
      • Information and Communication Technologies
      • Nanosciences, nanotechnologies, materials and new production technologies
      • Energy
      • Environment (including Climate Change)
      • Transport (including Aeronautics)
      • Socio-economic Sciences & Humanities
      • Security & Space
  • 8. Information and Communication Technologies
    • Challenge 1: Pervasive and Trusted Network and Service Infrastructures
    • Objectives:
      • The Network of the Future
      • Science and Software Architectures, Infrastructures and Engineering
      • ICT in support of the networked enterprise
      • Secure, dependable and trusted Infrastructures
      • Networked Media
      • New Paradigms and Experimental Facilities
      • Critical Infrastructure Protection (Joint call with Security Theme)
  • 9. Secure, dependable and trusted Infrastructures
    • Security and resilience in network infrastructures
    • Security and trust in dynamic and reconfigurable se r vice architectures
    • Trusted computing infrastructures
    • Identity management and privacy enhancing tools
    • Coordination and support activities
  • 10. Secure, dependable and trusted Infrastructures
    • Funding Schemes
      • Collaborative projects, NoΕ, CSA
    • ICT call 1
      • Publication: Jan/Feb 2007 (?)
      • Closure: end April 2007 (?)
    • Indicative budget: 90m €
      • CP 80m €, mini m um 28m € to IP and minimum 28m € to STREP
      • NoE 6m €
      • CSA 4m €
  • 11. New Paradigms and Experimental Facilities
    • Advanced networking approaches to architectures and protocols (including security and resilience of the future internet)
    • Interconnected testbeds adressing (amongst others)
      • Embedded or overlay security, trust and identity management architectures and technologies
      • Systems that provide trusted access to e-services with users requiring no administration and security skills
    • Funding Schemes
      • Collaborative projects, CSA
    • ICT call 2
      • Publication: May /June 2007 (?)
      • Closure: Sep / Oct 2007 (?)
    • Indicative budget: 40m €
      • CP 36m €, mini m um 12m € to IP and minimum 15m € to STREP
      • NoE 3m €
      • CSA 1m €
  • 12. Critical Infrastructure Protection (joint ICT – Security themes)
    • Focus of ICT theme
      • Building secure, resilient and always available information infrastructures linking critical infrastructures
        • Manage complex interconnected and interdependent Cis
        • Build secure and resilient networked and distributed information and process control systems; risk analysis and security configuration & management
    • Funding Schemes
      • Collaborative projects, CSA
    • ICT call 2
      • Publication: May /June 2007 (?)
      • Closure: Sep / Oct 2007 (?)
    • Indicative budget: 20m €
  • 13. Critical Infrastructure Protection (joint ICT – Security themes)
    • Focus of Security theme
      • Building secure, resilient and always available energy infrastructures that survive malicious attacks or accidental failures and guarantee contin u ous provision of services
    • Funding Schemes
      • Collaborative projects, CSA
    • Joint call ICT & Security 1
      • Publication: September 2007 (?)
      • Closure: November 2007 (?)
    • Indicative budget: 20m €
  • 14. Security
    • 4 main missions
    • Protection against terrorism and crime
      • Technology solutions for threat awareness (e.g. CBRN)
      • Detection, prevention, identification, protection, neutralisation and containment of effects of terrorism & crime
    • Security of infrastructures and utilities
      • Analysing & securing existing & future infrastructures, systems, and services
    • Border security
      • Technological & capabilities to enhance security of land & coastal borders, including border control
      • Surveillance issues
    • Restoring security in case of crisis
      • Technologies to support emergency management operations, interorganisational coordination & communication, distributed architectures & human factors
  • 15. Security
    • 3 cross-cutting areas
    • Security Systems Integration & Interoperability
      • Technologies to enhance interoperability of systems, equipment, services & processes
      • Organisation, protection of confidentiality & integrity of information, traceability of transactions, processing
    • Security and Society
      • Socio economic aspects related to crime, perception of security, ethics, privacy, societal foresight
      • Safeguarding privacy & liberties, vulnerabilities, new threats, management & impact assessment of consequences
    • Security Research Coordination & Structuring
      • Coordination of security research efforts, development of synergies (civil/security/defence), legal conditions, use of infrastructures
  • 16. Security Research Call
    • Security Research Call 1
      • Publication: January 2007 (?)
      • Closure: April 2007 (?)
  • 17. Further Information
    • www.secure-force.eu
    • Mr Mahary Ramasindraibe, [email_address]
    • Mr Christodoulos Keratidis, keratidis@atlantisresearch.gr