Multilateral Security - -
Defending one's assets without destroying one's values
Led By: Prof. Dr. Kai Rannenberg, Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany
Applying security mechanisms tends to have side-effects on the assets of other parties, e.g. their security, privacy, and related civilizational values. Audit records and identification of users are early examples but not the only ones. Balancing these issues is the aim of Multilateral Security. This presentation will present examples for the issues in the areas of communication systems and the Internet of Things and discuss solution approaches both in the technical and the strategic domain.
CyberSecPro: An agile and collaborative approach to cybersecurity practical trainings
Led By: Prof Nineta Polemi, University of Piraeus-UNIPI- Athens, Greece
CyberSecPro (www.CyberSecPro-Project.eu) is an EC project in the Digital Europe Programme (DEP) which is supporting European Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) in enhancing their role in preparing the new generation workforce and upskilling the existing one in addressing the sometimes daunting and ever-growing cybersecurity challenges. 15 HEIs and 13 companies from 16 European countries are working on an agile, collaborative, and multi-modal training program that will address market training needs and will enable the mobility of future cybersecurity professionals.