Securing our energy infrastructure

Wednesday, August 18, 2021

By Brian Caldwell. This article was originally published on Waterloo News.

Just over $400,000 in federal funding was announced recently for a cybersecurity project led by a Waterloo Engineering professor.

Sebastian Fischmeister, a professor of electrical and computer engineering, heads a six-member team developing an enhanced cybersecurity system to protect Canada’s energy infrastructure.

The project, which is backed by Natural Resources Canada, also involves Bruce Power and Palitronica Inc., a startup company with roots in Fischmeister’s lab, the Real-time Embedded Software Group.

Sebastian Fischmeister poses in his lab at Waterloo Engineering.

Sebastian Fischmeister poses in his lab at Waterloo Engineering.

"In today's world of connected safety-critical systems, it's no longer enough to deliver just safe systems; systems must now be safe and secure," Fischmeister said.

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