ABN AMRO to use self-healing software for cybersecurity
ABN AMRO will be the first organisation to use PCSI's 'self-healing security' software in the fight against cyberattacks. This software is capable of autonomously adapting to factors that could disrupt computer systems. The development draws a special parallel with the functioning of the human immune system that has not been applied to companies before.
‘Human actions underexposed in cybersecurity’
Many companies see protection against cybercrime and incidents such as data leaks as a technical issue. But where it often goes wrong is in processes and human actions. A Security Journey Expert will investigate where organisations are vulnerable with respect to human actions. This is what is being proposed by the PCSI.
Can a DDoS attack be predicted?
In the forecasting of tsunamis, buoys with sensors lie in the ocean, waiting for anomalous behaviour of the waves. The satellite to which the sensors are connected sends the signal to the weather station, after which a warning is issued. Everyone can prepare in time for what is to come. Can a similar prediction be made for DDoS attacks?
New Explore projects are coming up
During the last Ideation sessions in October, new ideas were born and a number of them were selected by the Dragon's Den to be further developed in the upcoming Explore phase of the PCSI.
The first Proof of Concept projects get underway
Recently, the first three PCSI projects reached the end of the Explore phase. During this phase, the project group members of ABN AMRO, Achmea, ING, de Volksbank and TNO actively started investigating possibilities to further shape the innovation ideas and thus prepare them well for the Proof of Concept phase.
The human immune system: weapon in the fight against cyberattacks
Can we apply the knowledge of the human body's defence mechanism against viruses and bacteria within an ICT infrastructure and thus keep cyber-attacks out? The self-healing security project reveals surprising results.
Strength in numbers against tomorrow’s cyberattack
Cyberattacks happen anytime, anywhere. Collaboration is crucial to this: the collective is always stronger than the individual. That's why the PCSI partners join forces in the fight against cybercrime.