13 Basque entities are working on a project to increase cybersecurity in industrial companies.

The Basque Cyber Security Shared Data (BCSSD) project is embarking on a three-year initiative with the purpose of creating a secure digital environment where organizations can share data related to industrial cybersecurity. This collaborative effort aims to develop solutions and services that enable us to address the growing cyber threats and ensure a future industrial protected against potential attacks.

The BCSSD project, coordinated by Perseus Cybersecurity and financially supported by the SPRI Group through the Hazitek 2023 program, focuses on raising the level of cybersecurity in Basque companies. Over the next three years, a total of 13 Basque entities will join forces in researching technologies that facilitate the creation of a reliable and usable data space. This space will serve as the foundation for the generation of intelligence tools that can address cyber threats in the industrial sector.

The ultimate goal of this initiative is to establish a secure digital space where companies can securely share information related to industrial cybersecurity. Once this environment has been implemented, it will be possible to develop and commercialize solutions and services that meet the needs of companies and help them address cybersecurity challenges.

The organizations involved in the project highlight the importance of collaboration and the creation of a business community willing to share information to ensure a cyber-secure industrial future. They emphasize that “in the future, the operation of these practices and this type of platform will only work if industrial companies share information.”

The BCSSD project will be carried out over the next three years and is co-financed by the SPRI Group through the Hazitek 2023 program. The initiative was launched in July and is led and coordinated by Perseus Cybersecurity, with the collaboration of other organizations, including AEG Power Solutions Iberica, Bullhost, Codesyntax, Fagor Arrasate, Jakincode, S21Sec, Secure&IT, Teknei, Tecnalia Research & Innovation Foundation, Ikerlan, Koniker, and GAIA Cluster.

The initial progress and results of the project will be presented during the Basque Open Industry event scheduled for November 14. On this occasion, Etxahun Sanchez from Perseus will highlight the importance of the project and its impact on industrial cybersecurity. The ultimate goal of the BCSSD project is to build value-added services for the industrial community in terms of cyber intelligence, thus strengthening security in the industrial environment.

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