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Andras Vilmos

White papers

White Paper: Front-end Access Control (FEAC)

Cyber-attacks are surging and over 80% of breaches include privileged credentials. Perimeter security and a protected intranet are no longer sufficient, identity-centric security measures must be introduced. This White paper introduces in detail the Front-end Access Control technology, its specific features, security layers and how it satisfies the Zero Trust…
Andras Vilmos
2021.08.20.
News

Demonstrations of First Results

Approaching the 1st year anniversary of the IoTAC project, on 16. July 2021 a major part of the regular Technical Committee Meeting of the project was dedicated to the demonstration of proof of concepts and prototypes of the various components of the secure IoTAC architecture. Some basic features of the…
Andras Vilmos
2021.07.19.
News

IoT Security Certification @ ETSI Security Week 2021

The second day of the ETSI annual event, ETSI Security Week 2021 (https://www.etsi.org/events/1923-etsi-security-week-2021#pane-2/), was dedicated to cybersecurity standards and certification, with a special focus on IoT security. In the introductory presentation, Mr. Andreas Mitrakas, Head of Unit "Market Certification & Standardization" at the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA), gave…
Andras Vilmos
2021.06.18.
News

Takeaways from the IoT Day Roundtable

On Global IoT Day, four H2020 projects – IoTAC, SerIoT, SecureIoT, and Eu-IoT – organized a virtual roundtable discussion on 9 April 2021 to introduce their activities, and talk about the role of research in enhancing cybersecurity and its potential contribution to industrial and societal development. The panellists emphasized the…
Andras Vilmos
2021.04.12.
Insights

The Secure Card Farm

In my previous post (https://iotac.eu/front-end-access-control-a-new-solution-for-capability-based-access-control/) I was writing about Front-End Access Control, a kind of delegated access control solution for IoT services, which pushes the authorisation function to the user side. Users have their own dedicated secure elements (chip card or Trusted Execution Environment – TEE), which act as a…
Andras Vilmos
2021.01.28.
Insights

Front-End Access Control: The Capability-Based Access Control for IoT

According to a large number of research papers, legacy access control systems cannot adequately support IoT requirements. Solutions like Identity Based Access Control (IBAC), Role-Based Access Control (RBAC), Attribute-Based Access Control (ABAC), Trust-Based Access Control (TBAC), just to mention the best-known ones, fall short of providing the necessary functionality and…
Andras Vilmos
2021.01.15.