Department of Energy Selects 10 Projects to Receive Nearly $5 Million for Manufacturing Cybersecurity Innovation

February 1, 2024 The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), in collaboration with the Cybersecurity Manufacturing Innovation Institute (CyManII), announced the selection of 10 projects with a combined total of $4.8 million in research and development funding to enhance the cybersecurity landscape within American manufacturing. These projects will advance cybersecure, energy efficient manufacturing, aligning with the missions of DOE’s Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) and EERE’s Advanced Materials and Manufacturing Technologies Office (AMMTO)

CRI and CyManII Launch Free Cyber Readiness Program for Small and Medium Manufacturers

By CRI Team New York, N.Y. (January 22, 2024) — The Cyber Readiness Institute (CRI) and Cybersecurity Manufacturing Innovation Institute (CyManII) have launched a pilot program aimed at elevating cyber readiness and security within the energy manufacturing sector. This strategic initiative emphasizes CRI and CyManII’s commitment to providing essential support and resources for small and medium-sized manufacturers, strengthening their defenses against evolving cyber threats. The pilot program will utilize CRI’s Cyber Readiness Program to assist

Research Publications

RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS The following is a list of publications from the Cybersecurity Manufacturing Innovation Institute (CyManII). TITLE AUTHORS VENUES LINK TYPE YEAR PUBLISHED PandemicAdaptive SupplyChains: A Future-Proof Approach Howard Grimes (UTSA), Thomas Kurfess (ORNL), GabrielaCiocarlie (UTSA), Dongyan Xu (Purdue), Lisa Strama (NCMS) SME, 2020 LINK Critical Sector The Role of theDigital Thread forSecurity,Resilience, andAdaptability inManufacturing Howard Grimes (UTSA), Thomas Kurfess (ORNL) The Bridge Spring 2021, The Bridge Spring 2021,National Academy ofEngineering LINK Grand Challenge A

Request for Proposal FAQ 2023

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL FAQ 2023 (LAST UPDATED 9/28/23) 104. Our staff/researchers want to submit proposals. Can they execute the work due to delays in DOE approving their involvement? We encourage them to submit proposals. CyManII and DOE want/need great proposals. Nevertheless, there is risk of not being approved by DOE. Which is true for everyone who works with CyManII regardless of citizenship. 103. A industry partner wants be sure that some amount of technology and

CyManII BP3 RFP Teaming Requests 

CyManII BP3 RFP Teaming Requests  NAME COMPANY EMAIL WEBSITE INDUSTRY USE CASE(S) TECHNICAL AREA(S) Vinh Nguyen Michigan Technological University vinhn@mtu.edu mtu.edu IUC 1 – Industrial Control SystemsIUC 2 – Secure Industrial DigitalizationIUC 3 – Industrial Additive Manufacturing TA4 – ResearchTA5 – General Capabilities Martin Groover C5MI mgroover@c5MI.com c5mi.com IUC 1 – Industrial Control SystemsIUC 2 – Secure Industrial Digitalization TA1 – Industrial EnvironmentsTA2 – Industrial SolutionsTA3 – Industrial IntegrationsTA4 – ResearchTA5 – General Capabilities Steven

New members to enhance CyManII’s mission to support

JULY 2023 New members to enhance CyManII’s mission to support U.S manufacturing interests July 14, 2023 – The Cybersecurity Manufacturing Innovation Institute (CyManII), based at The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA), welcomes three new members to support the CyManII mission to secure and sustain U.S. manufacturing. Each member brings a valuable industry perspective that will contribute to the institute’s efforts to develop integrated cybersecurity and energy efficient solutions for small- and medium-sized manufacturers.