Cyber secure and resilient CCAM (CCAM Partnership)

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Open Call Reference: HORIZON-CL5-2021-D6-01-04


Safe and secure operation of vehicles and mobility systems is key to the further deployment of CCAM enabled mobility solutions, also to establish trust and acceptance amongst end users. Extending the system domains beyond the vehicle through connectivity (short range or networked) makes cybersecurity a fundamental building block for trusted (digital) interaction of road users with each other, the infrastructure and cloud-based solutions/services


Proposed R&I actions are expected to develop and validate methods and tools strengthening the security of CCAM solutions (vehicles, infrastructure, etc.). They involve specific security building blocks, which are ready-to-use in CCAM applications in vehicles, infrastructure with feasible communication protocols. As a system’s approach integrating vehicles, infrastructure, back-offices and mobility service centres is required, proposed actions are expected to develop harmonised interfaces and protocols


– Safe and secure operation of CCAM vehicles and mobility systems and services, enhancing trust and end user adoption of CCAM solutions
– Cybersecurity requirements including data security and access control enabling harmonised approaches and tools for data sharing
– Improved understanding of the new, emerging and specific CCAM related cyber security and resilience challenges, by using the contextual definition, including sector specific security features
– Inclusion of cybersecurity and resilience as an integral part into the development process of CCAM solutions by OEMs, Tiers, telecom providers and service providers, with common aims and objectives, frameworks/architectures and designs
– Cybersecure data sharing approaches from pilot applications towards CCAM on a harmonised larger scaleCapitalising on previous Horizon 2020 projects[4], demonstrate the effectiveness of new business models and collaborative approaches – preferably supported by the IT infrastructure and solutions outlined above – able to support cooperative logistics operations with focus on the provision of open logistics nodal services. The business models should consider the legal constraints and include appropriate frameworks for contractual relations in collaborative environments. Based on the deployment of these new business models, identify concrete legal barriers and regulations at both European and national levels preventing their adoption and market uptake, and propose solutions and specific policy recommendations.

Ensure compatibility with existing and emerging EU logistics standards such as the European Maritime Single Window environment[5] for maritime transport and the platforms for Electronic Freight Transport information[6] and with the outcomes of initiatives such as the Digital Transport and Logistics Forum (DTLF).

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