Improving awareness to improve response.
GUARD IS A CYBERSECURITY FRAMEWORK TO GUARANTEE RELIABILITY AND TRUST FOR DIGITAL SERVICE CHAINS
#1 Designing a holistic framework for advanced end-to-end assurance and protection of business service chains.
#2 Improving the detection of attacks and identification of new threats.
#3 Fine-grained, programmable and low-overhead monitoring, inspection, and enforcement.
#4 Improving awareness and reaction.
#5 Elaborating new business models for commercial exploitation.
#6 Identifying business opportunities and initiating tangible actions for successful commercial exploitation after the project lifetime.
This use case consists of the development of an application for the management of Medical Data, providing security and privacy support in an eHealth environment.
The digital economy is the fastest developing sector, more than two times quicker than the rest of the sectors. The outbreak of COVID-19 has led to the rapid development of the level of societal digitization.
The workshop enables an exchange of knowledge and the elaboration of future collaborative standardization and dissemination activities.
Bus users in Wolfsburg (Germany) will soon experience the benefits of an application that will allow them to time exactly when they might arrive at their chosen destination.
The last phase of the project will serve to validate and evaluate the GUARD platform in realistic and concrete environments, one of which will include the healthcare domain.
Share your latest research results by submitting your manuscript on “Novel Cyber-Security Paradigms for Software-defined and Virtualized Systems”.
The GUARD project aims to introduce new cyber-security paradigms that better fit the composable and dynamic nature of modern digital services.
In order to effectively share the GUARD mission, a video and brochure have been created to share with those interested in learning more about GUARD.
The main purpose of the SecSoft workshop is to integrate the “Security, Safety, Trust and Privacy support in virtualized environments” conference topic.
Co-hosted at 6th IEEE International Conference on Network Softwarization (NetSoft2020)