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Dear Reader, welcome to the latest issue of the newsletter  published by SDN-microSENSE project, an EU Funded Innovation Project. This edition provides a closer view on one of the use cases of the project: Protecting the real electrical grid by attacking a simulated one. We hope you will find the contents of this newsletter interesting, your comments and suggestions are always appreciated.

Protecting the real electrical grid by attacking a simulated one 

On 11 May, SDN-microSENSE project members gathered at SINTEF Energy Research in Trondheim to test Use Case 1: Investigation of Cyberattack Scenarios and Methodologies Against EPES. We took the opportunity to talk to Project Coordinator Alfredo González Naranjo (Ayesa) and Sokratis Katsikas (the Norwegian University of Science and Technology – NTNU) about the aims of the use case, the value of European collaboration, and the importance of cybersecurity for electrical power and energy systems (EPES) in an increasingly digital society.

You can read the three parts in the project website:
Read the first part
Read the second part
Read the third part

SDN-microSENSE at the 3rd EPESec workshop

SDN-microSENSE co-organized with other projects of the CyberEPES project the 3rd International Workshop on Electrical Power and Energy Systems Safety,  Security and Resilience (EPESec 2022). The workshop was be held in conjunction with the 17th International Conference on Availability, Reliability and Security (ARES) in August 23 in VIenna, Austria. 

You can read the rest of the blog post in the project website:
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About SDN-microSENSE

SDN-microSENSE has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 833955. The information contained in this newsletter reflects only the authors’ view. EC is not responsible for any use that may be made of this information. SDN-microSENSE website
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