On occasion of the Global IoT Day, I would like to call your attention to an online roundtable discussion with the EU H2020 projects EU-IoT, IoTAC, SecureIoT and SerIoT, about the security challenges and research issues of IoT. It will take place on 9 April 2021, 12.00-13.30 (CET).
The Roundtable will begin with the introduction of the 4 H2020 research & innovation and coordination & support projects that aim to develop a secure, accountable and privacy-friendly IoT architecture.
"The GUARD concept goes beyond traditional security paradigms, still largely based on protecting a single infrastructure, by targeting trust and security mechanisms for end-to-end digital services and business chains". - Matteo Repetto - Guard's technical coordinator
Cyberwatching.eu launched the Project Clustering page, aiming to showcase the joint collaboration around topics of common interest, giving new projects the option to join existing clusters or propose a new cluster around a specific sector or technology related to cybersecurity.
COVID-19 has changed the way the world operates, the way we communicate, the mode of doing business and the functioning of governments resulting in an increased reliance over digital technologies and remote working. One effect of this massive digital adoption was an increase in cyberattacks, which demonstrates the urgency and the need of a secure and reliable cyberspace. We, as member of the CONCORDIA project, have analyzed how COVID-19 is impacting the current cyberdomains studied in the project, from device/IoT to user, via network, system, data, and application domains.
M-Sec was launched in 2018. In its last year, the project is currently implementing pilots to test, validate and showcase the impact of the M-Sec solution. Learn more about M-Sec’s Use Case 3: “Secure and trustworthy mobile sensing platform”, to better understand how this Use Case is being implemented in the Japanese city of Fujisawa, its main achievements and challenges, and how the M-Sec solution has been a decisive factor in the improvement of people’s lives in that context.
This is the first issue of the quarterly PECS Newsletter in 2021. The main objectives of this Newsletter are providing the actual status on Cybersecurity competence network, funding opportunities, partnership, networking opportunities, events, and the last news and updates!
In terms of cybersecurity and privacy, ENACT is controlling access of users to services delivered by IoT systems, in a situation-aware and risk-based approach, as well as controlling all data flows between services, and between connected objects and their back-end services.