Distributed IoT security provisioning in Critical Infrastructures with Quality of Service (QoS)
This post has been written by Sarang Kahvazadeh, PhD Researcher from Polytechnic University of Catalonia
(Barcelona, Spain), Apr. 26th
It’s the people…
This post has been written by Dr. Kostas Lampropoulos from University of Patras, Greece
(Patras, Greece), Mar. 26th
The second year of the CIPSEC project is coming to an end on April 30 and with many new milestones to have been successfully achieved. A brief report of the main achievements since our last newsletter published in September 2017 is presented here split into two main sections, dissemination activities and technical advances.
6 new CIPSEC blog entries have been released with monthly periodicity:
Private data in Critical Infrastructures: a security threat or a business opportunity?
This post has been written by Andrea Bartoli, Director of Innovation at Worldsensing.
(Barcelona, Spain), Feb. 28th
Most common attack vectors over Critical Infrastructures
This post has been written by Joaquín Rodríguez, ICT Consultant at ATOS Research and Innovation (Cybersecurity Lab).
(Madrid, Spain), Jan. 26th
In this post, we introduce most common attack vectors in critical infrastructures (CIs) in a clear and understandably way.