Analysis software scheme of uniform statistical sampling, audit and defence processes
An innovative software suite for evaluating the security of 5G systems
Named after the Roman god of trust, the EU-funded SANCUS project seeks to revolutionise European research efforts in the realm of cybersecurity. Connecting 15 partners from 8 European countries, the aim is to develop an analysis software scheme of uniform statistical sampling, audit and defence processes. The notions of cybersecurity and digital privacy will be fused into optimisation strategies to acquire an optimum defence recommendation in the context of the telecommunications network environment. Specifically, the project will propose a scheme that combines unique modelling of the Internet of Things units, as well as innovative Artificial Intelligence-driven game techniques. It will also organise pilot use cases to evaluate the scheme performance across firmware, virtualisation and management software layers.
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Our Role in the Project
K3Y is involved in the development of solutions and engines for validation and verification of firmware at a code-level for vulnerability testing, focusing on the automated solutions for 5G cloud-native network platforms. The company provides input to the design and development of the overall project architecture in a containerized environment, capable of running on a spectrum of hardware and providing high-abstraction interfaces for developers and relevant stakeholders. K3Y is also leading the efforts regarding the generation and modelling of single-step and multi-step (complex) cyberattacks in the 5G domain. The main focus of the relevant developments is protocols, services and components directly associated with 5G Core services and network functions. Modelling of said attacks is to be implemented in a moderate-abstraction manner, supporting both the high-level metrics extraction and the more technical-oriented implementation of modelled cyberattacks. The aforementioned developments will constitute input for internal engines of the containerized architecture.