Cybersecurity in the Connected World - Eurescom message | Winter 2016
Making the transition from connected computers to connected things offers unprecedented opportunities. At the same time, it makes us more dependent on the flawless functioning of ICT and more prone to the risks of cyberattacks. In the emerging Internet of Things, more cyberattacks with a higher potential damage are to be expected. Thus, improving cybersecurity has become a major societal challenge.
The winter 2016 edition of Eurescom message presents first-hand insights on European cybersecurity research, including contributions by researchers working on different types of cybersecurity challenges.
The cover theme of the magazine features:
- Cybersecurity challenges - An overview
- Security and privacy in the Internet of Things - Results from the RERUM project
- We need a strong European cybersecurity industry - Interview on cybersecurity with Steve Purser from ENISA
- Self-protection against botnet attacks - Solutions by 5G PPP project SELFNET
- Security of distributed datacenters - Celtic-Plus project SENDATE-PLANETS
In addition, this edition of Eurescom message includes articles on the 5G Global event in Rome, on how to deal with false news, and on other topics.
The magazine also includes the latest issue of the Celtic-Plus Newsletter, which is published by EUREKA Cluster Celtic-Plus.
Web edition - Eurescom message Winter 2016 (including Celtic-Plus Newsletter)
PDF edition - Eurescom message Winter 2016 (including Celtic-Plus Newsletter)