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IoTAC Project Newsletter No. 5

Welcome to the fifth edition of the IoTAC Newsletter! If you would like to read about our progress during the months June-August 2022, read our Newsletter! Sign up for the IoTAC Newsletter! Stay in the know and receive all the latest updates straight to your inbox.
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September 9, 2022
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Cyber Incident Reporting around the World, Part 1.

“If you can’t measure it, you can’t manage it.” Peter Drucker Due to their scale, cyberattacks have impacted businesses, critical infrastructures and societies. Though the number of reported incidents has grown in the past few years, it is impossible to know how many cyberattacks there really are. A significant proportion of…
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Getting more ‘intelligent’ about internet security

The SerIoT project, the result of which is exploited in the IoTAC project, was coordinated by the Institute of Theoretical and Applied Informatics, Polish Academy of Sciences. SerIoT introduced self-awareness into software-defined networking (SDN) through a patented cognitive packet network (CPN) in which the packets route themselves adaptively via SDN…
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Disposable identities, what are they?

The classical tools and theories of the international political economy and diplomacy were the product of and well suited for the analogue world, where old strategies built on resource scarcity and ‘real’ events with physical objects apply. As transportation was experiencing revolution with cars, roads and highways, becoming mainstream, it…
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Global Platform and ioXt Alliance Memorandum of Understanding

Global Platform and the ioXt Alliance have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to collaborate on aligning IoT security schemes, help harmonize standards and reduce fragmentation across the cybersecurity industry. “By simplifying security evaluation, and reusing certified components, manufacturers and vendors are provided with assurances that products will be protected and meet…
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IoTAC Software Security Evaluation Framework

Quantitative Security Assessment based on Static Analysis Software security was traditionally treated as an afterthought in the overall development cycle of software products, being introduced after the software product was implemented (or even used) mainly through the inclusion of external protection mechanisms (e.g., intrusion detection and prevention techniques). According to…