A scientific article “Design and implementation of a mediation system enabling secure communication among Critical Infrastructures”, co-authored by two itrust consulting employees, has been published in the International Journal of Critical Infrastructure Protection. It presents a middleware solution, developed in the FP7 MICIE project that allows Critical Infrastructures to share real-time information, to enable the design and implementation of fault mitigation strategies and mechanisms in order to prevent failure propagation.
itrust participate on the website www.malware.lu whose purpose is to give access to malwares and their technical analysis. The service is hosted in Luxembourg.
itrust demonstrated the Localisation Assurance Service Provider (LASP) at the SnT Partnership Day.
itrust participated to the FP7 project CockpitCI which aims to improve the resilience and dependability of Critical Infrastructures (CIs) by the automatic detection of cyber-threats and the sharing of real-time information about attacks among CI owners. This three year project started in January 2012 and launched its website today.
itrust consulting participated to the FP7 project i-GOing funded by the European Comission. The project aims at developing a prototype for indoor navigation based on the pseudolites technology. itrust, being responsible for the dissemination of the project, announces the opening of the official project website.
itrust consulting is glad to announce that the abstract submitted to the European Navigation Conference(www.enc2012.org) has been accepted for an oral presentation. In the context of an ESA funded project, itrust presented an algorithm to detect GNSS attacks by analysing clock information.
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itrust consulting participates in a series of meetings at ILNAS to prepare an accreditation referential for dematerialisation and preservation service providers (PSDC).
The EU has regulated the security requirements for online collection systems of citizens’ initiatives. The EU relies on standards like ISO 27001, 27002 and 27005, which are part of itrust’s training, consulting and audit services.
itrust consulting publishes an exploit for the application snortreport. This exploit allows arbitrary code execution.