Project Deliverables

The following list includes all Cyber-Trust public deliverables along with their corresponding month of release.

Del. Deliverable Name Project Month Deliverable Due date Download
D1.1 Project Handbook M2 Jun-18 link
D2.1 Threat landscape: trends and methods M4 Aug-18 link
D2.2 Threat sharing methods: comparative analysis M4 Aug-18 link
D2.3 Cyber-Trust use case scenarios M6 Oct-18 link
D2.4 Cyber-Trust end-user requirements M8 Dec-18 link
D2.5 Threat actors’ attack strategies M8 Dec-18 link
D3.1 Regulatory framework analysis M4 Aug-18 link
D3.2 Legal analysis of the use of evidence material M6 Oct-18 link
D3.3 Legal and ethical recommendations M8 Dec-18 link
D4.1 Architecture and design specifications: initial M9 Jan-19 link
D5.1 State-of-the-art on proactive technologies M10 Feb-19 link
D6.1 State-of-the-art on profiling, detection and mitigation M10 Feb-19 link
D7.1 Distributed ledger state-of-the-art report M9 Jan-19 link
D7.2 Cyber-Trust distributed ledger architecture M12 Apr-19 link
D7.3 Cyber-Trust authority and publishing management M12 Apr-19 N/A
D9.1 CYBER-TRUST project website M4 Aug-18 link
D9.2 Dissemination and use Plan M6 Oct-18 link
D9.3 Dissemination activities report (1st Report) M6 Oct-18 link
D9.4 Dissemination activities report (2nd Report) M12 Apr-19 link

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