Middleware services for secure hyper-connected city data

Middleware services for secure hyper-connected city data

Nov 11 9:00am - Nov 11 10:30am @ https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81659964569,
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Workshop
How to accommodate the secure delivery of hyper-connected city data between users?
In the scope of the M-Sec Project, an EU-Japan collaborative project, a team of researchers is building a middleware system for high-throughput city data streams, in order to overcome the limitations of other more centralized approaches of IoT architectures.

Join us in an engaging Webinar that will be held on the 11th of November, between 09:00am and 10:30am CET (Brussels Time), free of charge, through the following link: us02web.zoom.us/j/81659964569, as part of the M-Sec Project.

Our experts Levent Gurgen, from CEA, Antonis Litke, from ICCS, and Jin Nakasawa, from Keio, will present fact-based objective information on their research on innovative ways to integrate all security levels of the M-Sec platform, by providing a basic set of services (e.g. lifecycle management, service level agreements monitoring, …). CEA’s sensiNact platform and Keio’s SOX platform will be presented as examples of this integration.

Your opinion matters! We want to have your feedback on how o...
In the scope of the M-Sec Project, an EU-Japan collaborative project, a team of researchers is building a middleware system for high-throughput city data streams, in order to overcome the limitations of other more centralized approaches of IoT architectures.

Join us in an engaging Webinar that will be held on the 11th of November, between 09:00am and 10:30am CET (Brussels Time), free of charge, through the following link: us02web.zoom.us/j/81659964569, as part of the M-Sec Project.

Our experts Levent Gurgen, from CEA, Antonis Litke, from ICCS, and Jin Nakasawa, from Keio, will present fact-based objective information on their research on innovative ways to integrate all security levels of the M-Sec platform, by providing a basic set of services (e.g. lifecycle management, service level agreements monitoring, …). CEA’s sensiNact platform and Keio’s SOX platform will be presented as examples of this integration.

Your opinion matters! We want to have your feedback on how our experts can overcome the problems they are currently facing and your opinion on what you think can be further developments for better ensuring the secure delivery of city data.

For more information, please visit www.msecproject.eu/
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Speakers
Levent Gurgen
Antonis Litke
Organizers
M-SEC
An EU-Japan collaborative project
Eduarda Teixeira
EU Projects - Junior Social Media at F6S
Nadine Teles
EU Projects Manager