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Beawre and Ferrovial collaborate to ensure business continuity of critical infrastructures

Beawre is pleased to announce our participation in the Horizon Europe project, DYNABIC. The 3-year project, which was launched on December 1st, 2022, receives funding through the Horizon Europe call Increased cybersecurity 2021 (HORIZON-CL3-2021-CS-01).

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Beawre and Ferrovial, the second largest construction company in Spain, along with 13 other companies and universities from across Europe, met on December 13th and 14th in Bilbao to begin the EU-funded DYNABIC project. This project is coordinated by Tecnalia and is under the Horizon Europe program (HEU).

Disruptions to energy, water, or food supply networks, or to critical transport services, internet outages, problems in healthcare systems, or a collapse of the financial sector can have serious consequences. This three-year initiative aims to enhance the cyber-resilience of critical infrastructures, as these systems are essential to our modern society.

The project partners, including both industry and academia, are investigating software solutions to assist operators of critical infrastructures such as Ferrovial to be better prepared. Beawre is thrilled to contribute our knowledge in continuous risk management over business processes to this cutting-edge project. The DYNABIC results will be tested in four critical infrastructures and supply chains including EV charging stations, critical transport services, telco services, and hospital services.

The Horizon Europe program, the most competitive EU program for funding collaborative research, has granted this consortium with 5 million euros to carry out this project, of which 11% of the budget is allocated to Beawre's activities (550.000 euros).

This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon Europe research and innovation programme under grant agreement no. 101070455



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