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SYNERGIA Interim Demonstrator Completed

By Aftab Khan The SYNERGIA project successfully completed the Interim Demonstrator to its Advisory Group on 25 January 2022.  The details and videos of the presentation are available here.

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Detecting Network Intrusions at the Edge

By Dan Howarth One of the core work packages in the Synergia project is Distributed Intrusion Detection System for the Protection of the Edge, which is focussed on how we can detect network intrusions on resource-constrained edge devices in an

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SYNERGIA Smart Building Use Case and Prototype

By Joshua Acanthe SYNERGIA is creating a secure platform for the next generation of resource-constrained IoT devices and in order to demonstrate that, we have been developing one example of such a device. Future Space is a dedicated facility for

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SYNERGIA Publicised and Published

By Dr. James Pope Over the past couple of months the SYNERGIA Project has been busy collaborating and participating in numerous events and developing quality research publications.  The project engaged numerous academic and industry organisations during the following events. Smart

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How the SYNERGIA project supports COP26 objectives

By Mark Davies: With the UN Climate Change Conference taking place in Glasgow in November 2021, we take a look at how the SYNERGIA project will support the conference’s goals. COP26 will focus on four major objectives: Secure global net

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By Theo Spyridopoulos: On the 15th of July, the Industrial Advisory Committee of the Security of Digital Technology at the Periphery (SDTaP) programme met, to hear updates from the three Demonstrator projects in Round 1: i-TRACE: IoT Transport Assured for

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Cyber Security of Connected Places

By Simon Arnell:  The UK’s National Cyber Security Centre recently released its “Connected Places: Cyber Security Principles” guidance document to advance the state of security in connected places. Increasingly, systems that would have previously been considered SCADA systems are now

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Quick Facts

Funder: Innovate UK
Project Cost: £2.2M
Total Funding: £1.6M