D8.3 H – Requirement No. 3

Contributing Partners

AIT, KGH, LISPA, ICERT, KAU

Executive Summary 

In this report we explain the personal data acquisition and management within the CREDENTIAL project. We are citing the ethical approvals of the Ethics Committee of the Deggendorf Institute of Technology and the ethical review letter of the credential ethics advisor.

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D8.1 POPD – Requirement No. 4 and D8.2 POPD – Requirement No. 8

Contributing Partners

AIT, KGH

Executive Summary 

In this document we deal with the ethics requirements of the CREDENTIAL project and specifically with the requirement No.4 (“Copies of approvals for the collection of personal data by the competent University Data Protection Officer/National Data Protection authority must be submitted to the EU by the end of month 6“) and No.

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D1.4 Year 1 management and progress report

Contributing Partners

AIT, ATOS, FOKUS, GUF, TUG, OTE, ICERT, KAU, KGH, LISPA, SIC

Executive Summary 

CREDENTIAL is an innovation action scheduled for 3 years (36 month) in the domain of security and privacy for cloud computing. This report titled “D1.4 Year 1 management and progress report” gives an overview on the project’s progress and achievements in the M01–M09 period of the project (October 2015 – June 2016) and summarizes activities undertaken in the respective work packages.

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D1.2 Quality assurance plan

Contributing Partners

AIT, LISPA, OTE

Executive Summary 

The Quality Assurance Plan deliverable is setting out the quality practice, procedures and processes to provide assurance that the quality requirements are planned appropriately and to assure the achievement of the CREDENTIAL project objectives in the highest possible quality.

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D1.1 Project handbook

Contributing Partners

AIT

Executive Summary 

This document underlines the management procedures for an effective tracking of the CREDENTIAL project development including a detailed description of the work plan and strategy.Especially, the principal aims of this handbook are to:

*give an overview of the CREDENTIAL project,
*lay down the rules for collaborative work within the project,
*define the procedures for communication, meetings, deliverables, and publications,
*describe the roles within the project and link them to persons, and
*provide templates for documents relevant to the CREDENTIAL project.

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3rd CREDENTIAL Newsletter – August 2017

The CREDENTIAL Newsletter series keeps you informed about our project‘s progress, results, and events. This issue provides you with an update of our pilots and with first impressions of the use case specific applications. Furthermore, it contains an overview of recent publications and events, a summary of CREDENTIAL‘s standardization and certification activities, and an outlook of upcoming workshops and conferences.

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Towards the Adoption of Secure Cloud Identity Services

Title

Towards the Adoption of Secure Cloud Identity Services

Authors

Alexandros Kostopoulos (OTE), Evangelos Sfakianakis (OTE), Ioannis Chochliouros (OTE), John Sören Pettersson (KAU), Stephan Krenn (AIT), Welderufael Tesfay (GUF), Andrea Migliavacca (LISPA), and Felix Hörandner (TUG)

Abstract

Enhancing trust among service providers and end-users with respect to data protection is an urgent matter in the growing information society.

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D5.1 Functional Design

Contributing Partners

ATOS, AIT, FOKUS, GUF, TUG, OTE, SIC

Executive Summary 

The CREDENTIAL system must support a set of generic business and logical use cases that are the result of the generalization of use cases linked to three different scenarios related to different domains.

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