Truessec Final Symposium and Conference
About the event
The TRUESSEC project invited its sister projects to its final Symposium to share the latest news on their project status as well as to exchange experiences and findings. TRUESSEC’s advisory board also joined this event and gave recommendations to all participating pro-jects. On the second and third days of the event, the Halfway Through the Digital Single Market Strategy: “Bedrock of Trust” or illusion? conference took place. This was organized by the Law Faculty of the University of Lille, which is one of the partners in the TRUESSEC project.
Dorian Knoblauch, Researcher from Fraunhofer Fokus, introduced the EU-SEC project to members of related projects, as well as the TRUESSEC advisory board. He spoke about the two major innovations of the EU-SEC project namely the “Multi-Party Recognition Frame-work (MPRF)” and “Continuous Auditing Certification” and stressed out how they will in-crease efficiency and effectiveness for cloud security certification and therefore raise the level of trust in cloud services. The following day Dorian presented “Continuous auditing certification” in more detail, explaining how it improves upon existing “point-in-time” cer-tification.
The following projects, working in related fields to EU-SEC, also attended the event:
VESSEDIA aims at enhancing safety and security of information and communication tech-nology (ICT) and especially the Internet of Things (IoT).
The main objective of the ANASTACIA project is to address cyber-security concerns by re-searching, developing and demonstrating
a holistic solution enabling trust and security by-design for Cyber Physical Systems (CPS) based on IoT and Cloud architectures
The SAFERtc project is working on a security assurance Framework enabled to cover the whole System Development Life Cycle (i.e., planning, design, implementation, operation and maintenance) of ICT-based Connected Vehicles.
C3ISP mission is to define a collaborative and confidential information sharing, analysis and protection framework as a service for cyber security management.
The CANVAS Consortium aims to unify technology developers with legal and ethical scholars and social scientists to approach the challenge how cybersecurity can be aligned with European values and fundamental rights.
About Fraunhofer Fokus
Fraunhofer FOKUS, based in Berlin, Germany, develops solutions for the communication infrastructure of the future. The research institute explores how communication networks will contribute to a more secure and convenient living environment. Fraunhofer FOKUS is project coordinator and scientific partner for the specification and development of the Continuous Auditing Certification Scheme.