The Cyberwatching.eu concertation meeting on April 26th in Brussels had the goal to take stock of the current R&I landscape and to identify common themes and challenges for clustering activities. With a strong EC presence, it was a great opportunity to discuss with other projects, get noticed and provide input for the future research landscape within cybersecurity.
Place: Infosecurity Europe 2018 - Olympia London
Date: 07 Jun 2018, 12:55 - 13:20
Platform: Cyber Innovation Showcase
Thomas Lorünser (AIT) will give a talk at Infosecurity Europe 2018 under the "Cyber Innovation Showcase"platform. He will present recent results and prototypes of the two EU funded projects PRISMACLOUD & CREDENTIAL developing novel secure and privacy friendly cloud services and identity management solutions.
Date: 5 - 7 June 2018
Place: Olympia London | Stand X141
At Infosecurity Europe 2018, AIT is showcasing its portfolio of cryptographic solutions for the cloud. Developed over recent years together with industry partners like Atos, IBM, Interoute and Etra, these solutions are driven by the increased need for security and data protection in the cloud.
In this year's ACM Symposium on Applied Computing (SAC 2018) the submission "Helping John to Make Informed Decisions on Using Social Login" by Farzaneh Karegar, Nina Gerber, Melanie Volkamer, and Simone Fischer-Hübner prepared within the context of the CREDENTIAL project won the Best Paper Award!
TRUSTEE (daTa pRivacy and cloUd SecuriTy clustEr Europe) is a network of 11 research projects funded by the European Union that was established within the Common Dissemination Booster initiative. The cluster is coordinated by CREDENTIAL, and furthermore subsumes the following projects: MUSA, PRISMACLOUD, SecureCloud, SERECA, SPECS, SUNFISH, SWITCH, TREDISEC, UNICORN, and WITDOM, which are all performing cutting-edge research and innovation in different domains of cloud security and privacy, ranging from secure and privacy-friendly authentication over encrypted and distributed solutions for data sharing and cloud storage to data integrity, authenticity, and availability.
The H2020 Project Clustering workshop was aiming at establishing tight connections with more than 20 relative H2020 projects in the fields of e-privacy and cybersecurity and on various topics such as access control, trust e-services, cybersecurity in IoT and cybersecurity in social media.
On January 12th, David Derler (TU Graz) gave a talk on recent results obtained within CREDENTIAL at the Real World Crypto Symposium in Zurich, Switzerland. The talk was about a novel primitive termed Bloom filter encryption and its applications to reducing the latency of secure communication via public channels such as the internet.
In 2017 the CREDENTIAL consortium members participated in more than 40 events, with high profile conferences and workshops, and industry events among them. In the following we take a look back at some of the 2017 events which gave the opportunity to the CREDENTIAL partners to communicate the project results and interact with a diverse audience, and contribute to a successful project year.
The 3rd Workshop on Security, Privacy, and Identity Management in the Cloud
Date: August 27, 2018
Place: Hamburg, Germany
to be held in conjunction with the ARES EU Projects Symposium 2018, held at ARES 2018
CREDENTIAL, its partner project PRISMACLOUD, and the DPSP Cluster are organizing a Workshop on Security, Privacy, and Identity Management in the Cloud at this year's ARES conference, the 13th International Conference on Availability, Reliability and Security on August 27 - August 30, 2018 in Hamburg, Germany.
The CREDENTIAL Newsletter series keeps you informed about our project‘s progress, results, and events. This issue provides you with an update of our standardization activities and our pilots. Furthermore, it contains an overview of recent publications and events, and an outlook of upcoming workshops and planned activities.