On 23 June, ARCADIAN-IoT, in partnership with ERATOSTHENES, organised the workshop “Identity, trust, and privacy in the intelligent, smart IoT world. Challenges and outcomes” during IoT Week 2022, that took place in Dublin, Ireland.
The Internet and the recent connectivity leap are shaping every aspect of our lives, becoming more intelligent and connected. As IoT evolves, it changes how we interact with the internet and it with us. However, the enormous penetration of IoT into our day-to-day life has created a similarly large attack surface that includes high security and privacy risks. The IoT ecosystem now integrates a broad set of technologies leading profound transformation across a variety of sectors. IoT, alongside AI, and Blockchain, is pushing the boundaries of existing identity, trust and security aspects and brings the need for a new vision and way forward that will shape Europe’s digital future while support recent efforts on the Cybersecurity Act, along with GDPR and the NIS directive, conforming the three main pillars of the EU perspective on cybersecurity.
This workshop showcased how Europe’s Research and Innovation community addresses the issues of identity, trust, security, and privacy for IoT devices and network systems. The way we address these aspects will impact Europe’s collective resilience against cyber threats so that citizens and businesses can fully benefit from trustworthy and reliable services and digital tools.
The workshop was co-organised by ARCADIAN-IoT and ERATOSTHENES projects and hosted other 14 projects.
Presentations at the workshop:
- ARCADIAN-IoT – Autonomous Trust, Security and Privacy Management Framework for IoT (Sérgio Figueiredo, Instituto Pedro Nunes, ARCADIAN-IoT project coordinator);
- ERATOSTHENES – Secure lifecycle management of IoT Devices (Konstantinos Loupos, INLECOM Innovation, ERATOSTHENES project coordinator);
- BIECO – Building trust in the design phase: Security validation and certification (Antonio Skarmeta, University of Murcia)
- TRUST aWARE: a holistic Security & Privacy framework to enhance software trust and regulatory compliance (Javier Gutiérrez Meana, TRUST aWARE project coordinator)
- KEYNOTE – Orchestration of intelligence. Empowering IoT beyond microservices (Edgar Ramos, Ericsson)
- SCOTT and InSecTT – Bringing Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence together – But is it Trustworthy? (Michael Karner, Virtual Vehicle Research GmbH)
- SPATIAL – Security and Privacy Accountable Technology Innovations, Algorithms, and Machine Learning (Jose González, AUSTRALO)
- IDUNN – A Cognitive Detection System for Cybersecure Operational Technologies (Víctor Julio Ramírez-Durán, IKERLAN, Researcher – Cybersecurity in Digital Platforms)
- CONCORDIA – Threat Intelligence for 5G IoT (Thanh van Do, Telenor – Oslo Metropolitan University)
- EU-IoT – EU-IoT trustworthiness and security aspects for sustainable IoT end-to-end systems (Rute C. Sofia, Fortiss GmbH)
- CyberSec4Europe – Privacy-preserving solutions on verticals in the context of CyberSec4Europe (Antonio Skarmeta, University of Murcia)
- SealedGRID – Scalable, highly trusted and interoperable Smart Grid Security Platform – Pilot Progress and Results (Christos Xenakis, University of Piraeus)
- SENTINEL – Affordable and tailor-made cybersecurity and data protection for SMEs and Miroenterprises (George Bravos, ITML, SENTINEL project coordinator)
- ELECTRON – Security and Privacy for Resilient and Self-healed Electrical Power Nanogrid (Panagiotis Sarigiannidis, University of Western Macedonia)
- SECANT – Security and privacy protection in IoMT ecosystems-The SECANT paradigm (Dimitris Kavallieros, Information Technologies Institute)
- IOTAC – The IoT security concept of IoTAC (Mert Nakip, Institute of Theoretical and Applied Informatics, Polish Academy of Sciences)