Title: End-to-end Security of the Digital Single Market’s E-commerce and Delivery Service Ecosystem
Grant Agreement No: 883242
Funding Scheme: H2020
Duration: 24 months
Project coordinator: INOV (Portugal)
Consortium: 22 partners, 14 countries
Start date: June 1, 2020
Objective: to safeguard the Digital Single Market’s e-commerce operations against cyber and physical threats. Create awareness and trust in e-commerce companies.
ENSURESEC addresses the whole gamut of modern e‑commerce, from standard physical products purchased online and delivered via post, to entirely virtual products or services delivered online. It addresses threats ranging from maliciously modifying web e‑commerce applications or rendering them unavailable to legitimate customers, to delivery issues or fraud committed by insiders or customers. It achieves this by focusing on the common software and physical sensor interfaces that sit along the e‑commerce, payment and delivery ecosystem.
Although ENSURESEC innovations are applicable to any critical infrastructure that relies and is monitored by networked software systems, its design and integration philosophy make it uniquely prepared to protect distributed and evolving e‑commerce infrastructures with its various forms of payment and delivery (virtual, online and physical). ENSURESEC also enhances citizens’ resilience to threats and their trust in e‑commerce companies, especially SMEs, thus contributing towards the vision of a reliable and trusted European digital single market.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 883242.