For third consecutive year, National Cybersecurity Research Days organized by URJC and INCIBE has been a meeting point for researchers and professionals of cybersecurity at the national level. It has been a privileged forum in which to expose, know and reward the latest advances in R & D, establish new collaborations and make contacts. In short, the Conference allows the different agents of the ecosystem to participate in terms of their experiences and knowledge in order to promote research, teaching innovation and technology transfer in the area of cybersecurity at the national level.
Diverse papers were presented within the broad spectrum of cybersecurity research, with dedicated sections to Critical Infrastructures protection, Industrial Control Systems, and IoT.
Joaquin Rodriguez from Atos was presenting his accepted work named "Improving SIEM capabilities within CIPSEC Project", giving an overview about CIPSEC Project and what are going to be the most relevants innovation features in the Atos XL-SIEM to cover general Critical Infrastructures' security requirements.
During JNIC conference, with the objective of making JNICs a scientific forum of excellence in the field of cybersecurity at national level that fosters innovation, a complete Technological Transfer Program was presented, which will allow end users (companies, organizations, Etc.) and researchers with the aim of solving cybersecurity problems that are currently unresolved, formulated as scientific challenges.