dcypher Symposium 2019 connecting cybersecurity knowledge – enterprises - policies
Time: 13:45 - 15.00
Room: Glow (80)
Chaired by Jan Piet Barthel
- The IoT Challenge and the INTERSECT project
prof. Sandro Etalle (TUe)
INTERSECT is a large Dutch NWA project on the security of IoT involving 11 institutions and more than 20 industrial partners. The project focuses on IoT security. In this presentation we will discuss why securing IoT brings challenges that are fundamentally novel and how the INTERSECT participants will tackle them.
- The Espresso project: efficient algorithms for biometric privacy and PUF security
dr. Boris Skoric (TUe)
Key extraction from Physical Unclonable Functions (PUFs) and privacy-preserving storage of biometric data in a hostile environment are two fields of security that make use of so-called Helper Data Systems (HDSs). A HDS is an error correction mechanism designed to store redundancy data in a way that does not leak important information. In the Espresso project several HDS adaptations were introduced that improve the security and the deployability of HDSs.
- The future of identities
Fabian van den Broek (OU)
Identity management and authentication are at the basis of every secure system, but almost all current implementations are not user friendly, privacy-invasive, or insecure. The goal of the OYOI project was to move an attribute-based authentication system existing as a smartcard implementation to mobile phones. This resulted in a thriving identity platform with some nice self-enrolment options.
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This session is organised in close cooperation with the Dutch Research Council (NWO)