The SecureFlex project gets funding
C4e is a partner of the Secure power flexibility for grid control and market purposes (SecureFlex) project, which received funding from the Czech Technology Agency.
The main partner of the project is the University of West Bohemia in Plzeň and other partners are the Czech Technical University, MycroftMind company and Masaryk University.
The project focuses on the development of analytics, computation and optimization tools and specialized research reports, which will lead to the development of systematic energy solution for secure utilization of power flexibility enabled by new technologies and market stakeholders’ integration into Czech energy domain. In cooperation with system operators, the support tools will be developed, which will have a significant potential of real-world deployment and will enable the systematic solution for power flexibility utilization in market and operation power networks mechanisms of Czech Republic. The project timeline is on the line with the expected middle-term schedule of fourth energy package implementation (Winter package), where is lack of suitable support tools.
C4e is a part of CONCORDIA H2020 project
CONCORDIA is a Horizon 2020 project that aims to integrate European cyber security competencies to strengthen European digital sovereignty and cybersecurity. One of the project consortium members is Masaryk University, specifically C4e.
Czech ICT law
On September 20 and 21, the Institute of Law and Technology of the Faculty of Law of MU, which cooperates with C4e, organizes the conference Czech Law and Information Technology.
First LIVE_FOR Educational workshop
The first LIVE_FOR educational workshop with a title “European Investigation Order and Digital Forensics” will take place in March 2018.
The C4e project received funding in the Excellent Research programme
The C4e project, "Center of Excellence for Cybercrime, Cybersecurity and Protection of Critical Information Infrastructures", received financial support from the the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports call in the project call Excellent Research.