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The main purpose of the SecSoft workshop is to integrate the “Security, Safety, Trust and Privacy support in virtualized environments” conference topic.

1st International Workshop on Cyber-Security Threats, Trust and Privacy Management in Software-defined and Virtualized Infrastructures (SecSoft)

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Develop an innovative cyber-threat intelligence gathering, detection, and mitigation

innovative cyber-threat platform

Advanced Cyber-Threat Intelligence, Detection, and Mitigation for Trusted IoT
... develop an innovative cyber-threat intelligence gathering, detection, and mitigation platform to tackle the grand challenges of IoT devices...
Our Test Cases
CyberTrust will be carrying our two main pilots

MTN already offers advanced M2M solutions to commercial customers and plans on expanding to IoT services for smart metering, smart homes and smart buildings, as a great shift towards these IoT markets is expected in Cyprus in the near future. In the first validation period, running for four months, the platform is validated by MTN.

MTN will test the platform on the use case categories: (a) zero-day vulnerability discovery, (b) monitoring and vulnerability assessment, (c) network-level attacks, and (d) device-level attacks.

Communications Provider

Primary Pilot

The Hellenic Cyber-Crime Division with its HQs established in Athens, since 2004, when the unit was upgraded to a full department of the Hellenic Police, it has resolved over 6,000 cases of fraud, extortion and child abuse, while several resolved cases were only partially committed in Greece.

KEMEA and the Hellenic Cyber-Crime Division, using the data produced by the first pilot, will test the platform regarding its capabilities w.r.t. (e) forensic evidence collection.

Hellenic Police

Secondary Pilot
What are the platform aspects...
Zero-day vulnerabilities, threat sharing, network monitoring, blockchain, forensic evidence, device tampering, DDoS attacks, detection and mitigation, reputation systems, data protection and privacy.

Statistical & Signature based detection

Real time DDOS and RoQ attack detection Deep packet inspection Protocol analysis Anomaly detection

IoT Device Tampering Detection & Remediation

Autonomous health monitoring of IoT devices Tampering attempts Abnormal payload and traffic

Cyber-threat Intelligence Gathering & Sharing System

Novel approach: Deep and machine learning techniques Game-theoretic framework to provide recommendations for IoT service providers based on the information regarding vulnerabilities Game-theory and machine learning to create patterns and predict the evolution of malwares and botnets Intelligence gathering from: Clearnet Deep and dark web Intelligence sharing to: Organisations SOC teams Security experts LEAs CERTs

Cyber-Trust Blockchain

Provide trusted transaction processing and coordination between IoT devices Ensure security: Identity Data Communication Safeguarding critical files and software binaries Minimize the damage caused by tampered devices and malware as well as single points of failure Collection and storing of forensic evidence

IoT device Profiling

Develop a privacy-preserving IoT device (vulnerability) profiling framework, so that any communications with high risk devices are subject to more thorough analysis.

Self-adaptive Virtual 3D environment

The flat representation (on the screen) may provide synthetic information about the status of the IoT network that can be used for the monitoring phase. It will use BODY OCULUS (or similar viewers) and body movement(e.g. hand gestures) to navigate and inspect the network. Through the VR mode it will be possible to cover more network area per analyst and see more in less time; it will also allow to see panels of related information surrounding the operator in a…

UPD: DECENTRALIZED 2018

After the huge success of Decentralized 2017, the University of Nicosia is proud to announce that Decentralized 2018 will take place on November 14-16, 2018 at the Divani Caravel, Athens, Greece. This world-class summit will feature 70+ speakers and 1,000+ attendees from over 50 countries, exchanging knowledge and ideas on the innovative business and political implications of blockchain technologies Our technical manager Dr. Nicholas Kolokotronis represented the CyberTrust consortium in the Decentralized 2018 conference with a speech on the use…

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Threat sharing methods: comparative analysis

Organizations worldwide, from governments to public and corporate enterprises, are under constant threat by evolving cyber-attacks. The fact that there are literally billions of IoT devices globally, most of which are readily accessible and easily hacked, allows threat actors to use them as the cyber-weapon delivery system of choice in many today’s cyber-attacks, e.g., from botnet-building for launching distributed denial of service attacks, to malware spreading and spamming. The sooner an organization knows about emerging threats, the more efficiently cyber-defense…

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