CyberSANE is designing and implementing an advacned, configurable and adaptabl, Security and Privacy Incident Handling system, towards security incident detection and handling, composed of five independent but collaborative components.
In the modern era, smartphones have become a vital means of human communication holding sensitive user information. Within this framework, the popular Android-based devices present limitations concerning their permission management system, generating privacy risks as they are strongly dependent on third-party libraries, facilitating code development, granting developers with a steady stream of revenue.
In September, CyberSANE project launched a new content initiative of Blog Posts dedicated to the technical progress of the project and specific topics related to the technologies and components that make part of the CyberSANE platform.
Since the COVID-19 pandemic is far from being over and many SMEs are still working remotely, we decided to re-share some interesting take-aways from the SME online workshop held last 25th of May, by cyberwatching.eu in collaboration with DIGITAL SME France, which aimed to raise SMEs’ awareness about the cybersecurity issues of teleworking.
Sofia Batsi, who is a researcher at NEUROSOFT from Athens, Greece, started on 10/09/2020 her secondment at CNIT in Rome, Italy. The secondee met Prof. Giuseppe Bianchi in Rome and had a fruitful discussion about the SealedGRID project. She is looking forward to working and collaborate with her colleagues at CNIT on the SealedGRID project.
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 2: "Home monitoring security system for ageing people", to better understand how this Use Case is being implemented in the Spanish city of Santander, its main achievements and challenges, and how the M-Sec solution has been a decisive factor on the improvement of people’s lives in that context
The Open Call Webinar organized by the TRINITY consortium will guide you through the application process for the TRINITY funding to give you all the instruments necessary to submit a competitive proposal! Don’t miss it.
11.00 – 11.10 Introduction to TRINITY Open Call #2- Prof. Minna Lanz, Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Tampere University and TRINITY Coordinator.
Developing a secured IoT Smart City Framework for a better digital future
The EU Industry Days is Europe’s flagship annual event on industry, serving as the main platform to discuss industrial challenges and co-develop opportunities and policy responses in an inclusive dialogue with a wide range of partners. The next edition will take place in the week of 22-26 February 2021.