ATLANTIS - Improved critical infrastructure resilience

ATLANTIS aims to improve the resilience and cyber-physical-human (CPH) security of the EU’s key critical infrastructures. Major natural disasters and complex attacks can potentially disrupt vital functions of society. The project goes beyond protecting individual assets, systems, and CI (critical infrastructure) by strengthening resilience at the system level.

ATLANTIS involves 39 European partners with complementary missions and capabilities. The work focuses on improving the resilience and protection of interconnected European Critical Information Systems (ECI) that are exposed to multiple large-scale, combined, cyber-physical threats and hazards that pose systemic risks. The goal is to ensure continuity of operations while minimizing cascading effects in the infrastructure itself, the environment, other CRITIS, and the affected population.

Enable public and private stakeholders to address current and emerging challenges through sustainable security solutions. The mission of ATLANTIS is fulfilled through the following measures:

The ATLANTIS solution is validated and demonstrated in 3 large-scale cross-border and cross-sector pilot projects

LSP #1

Cross-border and cross-sectoral large-scale pilot projects in the fields of transport, energy and telecommunications (Slovenia, Croatia, Italy and France)

LSP #2

Cross-cutting large-scale pilot projects in the areas of health, logistics/supply chain and border control (Cyprus, Greece and Croatia)

LSP #3

Large-scale cross-country pilot project in FinTech/finance (Italy, Germany, Cyprus).

The consortium

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This project was funded by the European Union under the Horizon Europe Program for Research and Innovation under Grant Agreement No. 101073909. The content reflects the views only of the authors, and the European Commission is not responsible for any use that may be made of the information contained therein.