The CIPSEC Project has contributed with a chapter to the book entitled "Challenges in Cybersecurity and Privacy - The European Research Landscape". This book has been coordinated by Antonio Skarmeta and Jorge Bernal, from the University of Murcia, and the chapter about CIPSEC has counted on the contributions of up to 17 people in the Consortium.
Cybersecurity logs are permanently generated by network devices to describe security incidents. With modern computing technology, such logs can be exploited to counter threats in real time or before they gain a foothold. To improve these capabilities, logs are usually shared with external entities. However, since cybersecurity logs might contain sensitive data, serious privacy concerns arise, even more when critical infrastructures (CI), handling strategic data, are involved.
IEEE International Symposyum on Hardware Oriented Security and Trust 2018
Leakage Assessment and Side Channel Attacks (SCA) leakage trace acquisition tools and platforms require a considerable amount of time to collect millions of traces and rely on custom, hard to change or handle acquisition control mechanisms