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The success consortium links a balanced network of industries, high-standing research institutions and the topmost ranked universities representing the European excellence in the science. Our partners are regionally distributed within several European States.


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The success project will develop an overarching approach to threat and countermeasure analysis with special focus on the vulnerabilities introduced by Smart Meters.
Success will achieve this objective by encapsulating the key challenges of Security, Resilience, Survivability and Privacy in 3 use cases which will focus the Research, Implementation and Evaluation concepts.


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SUCCESS Trial Site: Romania


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SUCCESS Open Day in Romania

with the title " A European Cyber Security Monitoring Centre for Critical Infrastructures"

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Updated verion of White paper published

with the title " A European Cyber Security Monitoring Centre for Critical Infrastructures"

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SUCCESS Cyber Security Workshop at the UtillityNet2018

Great attendance today in Brussels at the SUCCESS security workshop!

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The SUCCESS trial site in Terni invites you to join the presentation of their results. The first Open Day will be take place on 19th of April 2018 in Terni, Italy combined with the second Advisory Board Meeting of the project.


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Advisory Board

The second advisory board meeting for SUCCESS will take place in Terni, Italy on April 19.Our board will convene for a one-day meeting in combination with the Trial Site Open Day to discuss the results of the project so far. The results will be presented by the partners at the facilities of ASM Terni.


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External Events

eWorld energy & water 2018
in Essen 6-8 February in Essen, Germany
SUCCESS invites you to the stand No. xx

SUCCESS has organised a discussion panel at the CPDP Conference on 26th of January at 9:30
with the theme "“Smart Privacy in critical infrastructure.



Three trials, operated by DSO’s, are located in Ireland, Italy and Romania. Simulations and modelling will be used to demonstrate results applicable to Future Smart Grid Networks (2030+).