Innovation for secure and trusted cloud services in Europe
Sign up for our newsletter
Online platforms have revolutionised access to information and played a key role in revitalising the economy by connecting buyers and sellers across bigger markets.
Thierry Chevallier, AKKA, presented the advantages of the CLARUS user-centred privacy and security in the cloud for geospatial data at the INSPIRE Conference last week...
Do you have to sing Cloud Service level agreement and you don’ feel comfortable on this matter?
Join at the SLA-Ready Impact Workshop on 15 December, Brussels, that will bring together what businesses and cloud customers need to know before signing a cloud contract.
INSPIRE is about efficiently sharing digital spatial data related to the environment between public authorities at all levels of government, across borders and with the public at large.
David Sanchez, Sergio Martínez and Josep Domingo-Ferrer, "Technical Comment on "Unique in the shopping mall: on the reidentifiability of credit card metadata"", Science, 351(6279):1274, 2016. [Online DOI]
Jordi Soria-Comas, Josep Domingo-Ferrer, David Sánchez and Sergio Martínez, "t-Closeness through microaggregation: strict privacy with enhanced utility preservation (extended abstract)", 32nd IEEE International Conference on Data Engineering-ICDE 2016, Helsinki, Finland, In IEEE Computer Society, pp. 1464-1465, ISBN: 978-1-5090-2020, May 2016. [Online PDF]
Malik Imran Daud, David Sánchez and Alexandre Viejo, "Privacy-driven access control in social networks by means of automatic semantic annotation", Computer Communications vol. 76, pp. 12-25, 2016. [Online: ArXiv | DOI]
Intrusion detection and attack tolerance for cloud environments: the CLARUS approach
Oriol Farràs and Jordi Ribes, "Searchable Encryption for Geo-Referenced Data", Proceedings of The 15th IFIP Annual Mediterranean Ad Hoc Networking Workshop, Vilanova i la Geltrú (Spain), Jun. 2016.