One new deliverable has been added to the SAFEcrypto Outcomes page. This is: SAFEcrypto: D6.1 – Software Requirements Specification SAFEcrypto_D6 1 Approved (PDF)
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Two new deliverables have been added to the SAFEcrypto Outcomes page. These are: SAFEcrypto D3.1 Risk and Vulnerability Assessment of Lattice-based Cryptographic Architectures SAFEcrypto_D3.1 2016 approved (PDF) SAFEcrypto D7.1 State-of-the-Art in Physical Side-Channel Attacks and Resistant Technologies SAFEcrypto_D7.1 Approved (PDF)
SAFEcrypto Deliverable D9.1 Case Study Specifications and Requirements has been added to the Outcomes section and is available to download now. The purpose of this document is to specify the case studies to be demonstrated in SAFEcrypto, and provide requirements that must be met by the technologies to be developed in Work Packages (WPs) 5-8. […]
Dr David Lund, leader of SAFEcrypto Work Package 3 (Vulnerability and Risk Analysis), has recently taken on the Presidency of Public Safety Communication Europe (PSCE). This follows two years as a member of the PSCE board. In the coming year there will be a number of key turning points which influence the future of public safety […]
Queen’s University Belfast will be at the forefront of a major, new European push to combat increasingly sophisticated cyber-attacks. The Queen’s-led SAFEcrypto project will draw together cryptographers and other IT experts from Germany, France, Switzerland, Britain and Ireland to devise urgent security solutions capable of withstanding attack from the next generation of hackers. The project will focus […]
Two members of the SAFEcrypto project team will attend the Cybersecurity & Privacy (CSP) Innovation Forum 2015 which takes place in Brussels, Belgium on 28-29 April. Philip Mills and Gavin McWilliams, both from Queen’s University Belfast’s Centre for Secure Information Technologies (CSIT), are attending to showcase the work of the SAFEcrypto project consortium. Full details regarding this […]
Members of the SAFEcrypto team attended the NIST Workshop on Cybersecurity in a Post-Quantum World on the 2nd and 3rd April 2015. Máire O’Neill of Queen’s University Belfast and Principal Investigator of SAFEcrypto, presented a report on Practical Lattice-based Digital Signature Schemes on behalf of the team. Bob Griffen of RSA and Standards Liaison Manager and […]
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation
programme under grant agreement No 644729.