PROJECT OF THE WEEK - LIGHTest

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Date: 
02/09/2019 to 06/09/2019

Lightweight Infrastructure for Global Heterogeneous Trust management in support of an open Ecosystem of Stakeholders and Trust schemes (LIGHTest) project is one of the cybersecurity and privacy project, a 38-months period project, which started on 1 September 2016 and about to end this coming 30 November 2019.

The objective of LIGHTest is to create a global cross-domain trust infrastructure that renders it transparent and easy for verifiers to evaluate electronic transactions. By querying different trust authorities world-wide and combining trust aspects related to identity, business, reputation etc. it will become possible to conduct domain-specific trust decisions. 
This is achieved by reusing existing governance, organization, infrastructure, standards, software, community, and know-how of the existing Domain Name System, combined with new innovative building blocks. This approach allows an efficient global rollout of a solution that assists decision makers in their trust decisions. By integrating mobile identities into the scheme, LIGHTest also enables domain-specific assessments on Levels of Assurance for these identities.

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Stay tuned as we will bring you more updates and their latest results in creating a global cross-domain trust infrastructure that renders transparency and easy evaluation of electronic transactions.

For now visit the dedicated webpage of project LIGHTest and see their latest news and events in the Cyberwatching Project Hub.


You can visit their official website: https://www.lightest.eu/

and social media channels: twitter @LIGHTest_trust and LinkedIn community

 

Week: 
Monday, 2 September, 2019

News

The pdf presentations of the European Cluster for Securing #Critical

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