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Security of Air Transport Infrastructure of Europe (SATIE)

Disruptions in airport operations may result from physical and/or cyber-attacks as well as their interconnected systems. Recent events demonstrate an increase of combined physical and cyber threats. A comprehensive, yet installation-specific, approach is needed to secure existing or future, public or private, connected and interdependent airport systems.

 

SATIE has been developed to combat the persistent issue of airports cyber security through:

  • A holistic approach to threat prevention, detection, response and mitigation in airports, while guaranteeing the protection of critical systems, sensitive data and passengers
  • A combination of an interoperable toolkit that improves cyber- physical correlations, forensic investigations and dynamic impact assessment – and has the capability to counteract the new and increasingly complex cyber-physical threats that airports are currently facing
  • A way to a new generation of Security Operations Centres (SOC) that can be included in a comprehensive airport security policy
  • A project’s applicability to real-life scenarios being validated through demonstrations in 3 European airports (Zagreb, Croatia; Milan, Italy; and Athens, Greece)

 

Find out more about SATIE in this short video:

 

The SATIE project

18 participants from 10 European countries: The project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme

SATIE has been developed to combat the persistent issue of airports cyber security

SATIE aims to integrate, harmonise and enhance security management at airports for all stakeholders

Comprehensive approach to threat prevention, detection, response and mitigation in airports, while guaranteeing the protection of critical systems, sensitive data and passengers

 

Our contribution

In addition to our role as the design authority of the SATIE project, we act as capability leader for the correlation engine that will be at the very heart of the cyber-physical SOC capacity. It will prevent complex blended threats from getting through the various layers of defence. We are also responsible for managing incidents and can offer our CyberRange services.

 

HORIZON 2020: ec.europa.eu/programmes/horizon2020
SATIE: satie-h2020.eu

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 832969. This output reflects the views only of the author(s), and the European Union cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.