The goal of the MuSiC project (Multi-level Security for Critical Services) is to provide an affordable, open, modular reference platform, providing a scalable and certifiable solution for any connected device to protect against application, OS, web and network-based threats and to protect critical services in shared networks. One of the technological innovations is to develop a novel architecture (hardware and software) optimized for low-power, cost-effective IoT and communication devices that support existing security mechanisms in computing and high-end mobile devices.
MuSiC plans to impact several markets where reliable digital devices and services are required. The project will allow:
The international consortium is composed of 15 partners, well-balanced between large groups, innovative SMEs, RTOs (Research and Technology Organizations) and universities with solid experience in the fields of security and safety, covering both project technology and market value chains. The consortium includes large and small companies strongly committed to the promotion and dissemination of industrial standards and is distributed in 4 countries: Belgium, Czech Republic, France and Spain.
- Airbus DS SLC
- CEA List
- CEA Leti
- Prove & Run
- ST Microelectronics
Start: November 2017
Duration: 42 months
The MuSiC project has been co-financed by the Ministry of Energy, Tourism and Digital Agenda, within the National Plan for Scientific Research, Development and Technological Innovation 2013-2016. TSI-102200-2017-9