One critical part of the Urban ICT Arena testbed – as well as any sustainable ICT infrastructure in society – is that of cyber security and cyber resilience. This project came about when Urban ICT Arena’s management asked the Department of Computer and Systems Sciences if they were interested in contributing something for security.
The Bounty Kaiser project aims to develop, test and provide components relating to cyber security and cyber resilience for the Urban ICT Arena testbed and its partners and project owners. The project owner is the Stockholm University Department of Computer and Systems Sciences and the project manager is Sekten Ethical Hacking Group (part of DISK Student Union). The project aims to assist project owners and partners within Urban ICT Arena and help them with resilience issues in developed services and networks.
The desired outcome of the project is sustainable urban development by applying different components relating to security and resilience for the ICT infrastructure of Smart Cities.
The project aims to provide a capability for ethical hacking and penetration testing for all projects and the common ICT infrastructure in Urban ICT Arena and also to identify and communicate existing international standards for cyber security and resilience that can be applied and reused to achieve excellent security and resilience in a cost-effective manner.
Interested of reading more about the project, click here (to be uploaded soon).
If you want to increase the resilience of your network or service, contact Sekten Ethical Hacking Group and get hacked on demand in a Bounty Kaiser project!
Jesper Bergman (Project Manager), Manager of CS2Lab at Stockholm university and Co-founder of Sekten Ethical Hacking Group.
Fredrik Björck (Project manager), Associate Professor and responsible for research and education in digital security, resilience and forensics at Stockholm university.