SANCUS: analysis software scheme of uniform statistical sampling, audit and defence processes
SANCUS project aims at supporting the EU mission of protecting the next generation of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) networks by proposing an analysis software scheme of uniform statistical sampling, audit and defense processes. SANCUS provides a platform for measuring network cybersecurity and privacy performance explicitly, flexibly, automatically and agnostically. In order to realise the heterogeneity of the security and privacy levels across the system network and its supply chain, the proposed scheme combines unique modelling of the Internet of Things units, cutting‐edge methods for automated firmware and software validation and verification, and innovative Artificial Intelligence-driven game techniques for the automated optimisation of the control and trust of digital services.
Extended evaluations of the project outcomes are considered by means of developing a contemporary network testbed prototype built on the latest 5G and cloud‐native system setting. The SANCUS scheme is delivered as an integrated software suite, while three pilot use cases demonstrate the scheme performance across the Firmware, Virtualisation and Management software layers.
8BELLS contributes by identifying and classifying security concerns in the OEM supply chain, and also by studying the various connectivity approaches in the scope of 5G cloud-native system network. Furthermore, 8BELLS contributes to the digital security in the cloud-native core services and also to the final integration, validation and demonstration of the project outcomes.