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IoC Analysis

LastInfoSec's "IoC Analysis" is a data submission service to determine if the data is
considered malicious or not. The malicious data returned will be enriched in order to reduce
the time needed for Threat Intelligence teams to analyze the threat.

Threat Feed

LastInfoSec's Threat Feed is a data feed that makes it easier to detect threats within the
information system. It contains enriched compromised evidences in order to reduce the time
of threat analysis once detected.

 

Ethical Stack

The Ethical Stack is a series of tools to support creators of new connected technology to reflect on their product’s ethical and social impacts.

We approach ethics not only as a way of reflecting on technology but also as a way of building it. Our practical approach to ethics in action is based on three different frameworks: virtue ethics, care ethics and  the capabilities approach. Materials and resources are intended to help you understand how our approach can be useful in the development of connected technologies.

Papers and publications of SPECIAL

As a research and development project, SPECIAL offers open access to its publications, which includes scientific papers and presentations, studies and essays, and other dissemination material. All of these are available trough the site linked below.

Code Repository

SPECIAL is a H2020-funded project that aims at creating a scalable policy-aware linked data architecture for privacy, transparency and compliance.

We develop technology that:

Ontologies and Vocabularies

As a EU H2020-funded project, SPECIAL aims at making its research and development work publicly accessible. Here, you will find our work publications related to ontologies and vocabularies developed within the project..

SPECIAL project deliverables

Find here the public deliverables created in SPECIAL. Our vision is to reconcile Big Data and personal data protection via an innovative data handling solution and a transparency framework. We develop this technology to ease industry’s difficulties with GDPR compliance and to enable respectful treatment of personal information. This introduces new ways of user interaction on data protection, fostering trusted customer relationships. Thus, we
- build a big data architecture to handle linked data for privacy policies, as well as deploy scalable, queryable encryption

Actions for EU-US Cyber Dialogue

The “Actions for EU-US Cyber Dialogue” is part of the project’s contribution to transatlantic cybersecurity discussions. It outlines potential topics for EU-US collaboration in the health, maritime and finance sectors as well as the challenges faced in these areas. The document also provides actions to enhance EU-US cooperation in these sectors in the short-term and provides an overview of the key cybersecurity policy areas — standards and certification, data protection and privacy and public-private partnerships — that impact bilateral cybersecurity dialogues.

Training on the GDPR (in Spanish)

Through this course you will learn, in a very simple and understandable language, all the requirements and new obligations established by the new General Regulation of Data Protection of Europe (GDPR), which replaces the LOPD.

You will be assigned a personal tutor, who will be a certified teacher of Data Protection Delegate with professional experience in the regulations.

 

Training to become a Data Protection Delegate (in Spanish)

This is the essential training to practice as a DPD.
The aim of this course is to train new professionals who will become Data Protection Delegates, either within the company itself or as a service provided to other entities. A sector in full growth.

This course is based on the Official Schema developed by the AEPD for the Certification of Data Protection Delegates.

You can choose between the 100h course or the extended 180h course which includes the final project of complete adaptation and simulation of the certification examination.

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News

5th General Meeting – Madrid (Atos premises), 17-18 February 2020 #threatarrest #cybersecurity #simulation #training

Future Events

The sec4dev Conference & Bootcamp is a Vienna-based security event which targets one very specific group: people involved in software development.

From February 24-27 2020 experts will gather in the TU Wien to discuss and promote, among other things, secure coding, security testing, automation and continuous integration.

24/02/2020 to 27/02/2020

As Europe’s largest legal technology conference and exhibition, The British Legal Technology Forum 2020 will bring together the most respected professionals from both the legal and commercial technology sectors to examine and explore the systems, strategies, processes and platforms that will drive law firms and legal businesses into the next decade and beyond.

10/03/2020