This year's Trust in the Digital World event is to be held at the New Babylon Centre in The Hague on 15/16 June. This event is a mixture of practical demonstrations, presentations, panel discussions and “un-conference” session covering key challenges, visions and strategies. It is envisioned for those in business, public sector and government who are involved in the policy, security, systems and processes surrounding trust.
TREDISEC is a European collaborative Research and Innovation Action that leverages existing or novel cryptographic protocols and system security mechanisms, which offer strong data confidentiality, integrity and availability guarantees while permitting efficient storage and data processing across multiple tenants.
From a practical standpoint, the ambition of this project is to develop systems and techniques that make the cloud a secure and efficient place to store data. We plan to step away from a myriad of disconnected security protocols or cryptographic algorithms, and to converge instead on a (possibly standardized) single framework where all objectives are met to the highest extent possible.
Started on April 1st 2015, the ultimate goal of TREDISEC is to converge to a unified framework where resulting primitives are integrated, while following the end-to-end security principle as closely as allowed by functional and non-functional requirements.
Cloud security requirements
2nd IEEE International Workshop on Secure Identity Management in the Cloud Environment (SIMICE 2016)
The 2nd IEEE International Workshop on Secure Identity Management in the Cloud Environment (SIMICE-2016) adjunct to the 40th IEEE Computer Society International Conference on Computer, Software&Applications Conference (COMPSAC 2016), will take place in Atlanta, Georgia, USA from 10th to 14th of June 2016.
SECODIC 2016, the workshop organized jointly by H2020 funded projects TREDISEC and WITDOM, is honoured to announce to Mr. N. Asokan as speaker of the initial keynote that will open the work day.
Mr. N. Asokan is a Professor of Computer Science at Aalto University.
The H2020 projects WITDOM and TREDISEC, led by Atos, co-organize the workshop on "Secure and Efficient Outsourcing of Storage and computation of Data in the Cloud" (SECODIC 2016), which will be held in conjunction with the ARES EU Projects Symposium 2016, held at the 11th International Conference on Availability, Reliability and Security (ARES 2016) on August 31-September 2nd in Salzburg, Austria.
With the title "IBM Scientists bring trust and reliability to the cloud with advanced cryptography in EU project" IBM Research blog has published an interview to IBM Scientists about the upcoming challenges of TREDISEC project and it´s impact on security and efficiency in tomorrow´s cloud.
Paper entitled “Mirror: Enabling Proofs of Data Replication and Retrievability in the Cloud” has been accepted at Usenix Security 2016.
This work includes a partial acknowledgment of the TREDISEC project, in the field of data integrity technologies encompassed in WP3.
The Data Protection Security and Privacy (DPSP) in the Cloud Cluster has published the Whitepaper Challenges for trustworthy (multi-)Cloud-based services in the Digital Single Market.
The paper entitled “Efficient Techniques for Publicly Verifiable Delegation of Computation", authored by TREDISEC´s partner EURECOM, has been accepted at the prestigious annual ACM Symposium on InformAtion, Computer and Communications Security (ASIACCS), that will take place from 30th of May to 3rd of June in Xi´an, China,
Article entitled "TREDISEC: Towards Realizing a Truly Secure and Trustworthy Cloud" has been published in issue no. 104 (corresponding to January 2016) of the magazine ERCIM News, in the section devoted to present Research and Innovation initiaves.