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Security Research Conference 2010

A Protection Profile for Secure Information Sharing Among Critical Infrastructures, poster session. M. Aubigny et Carlo Harpes, 22-24 Septembre 2010.

Hack.lu 2010

itrust consulting announces its participation to the Hack.lu conference that will be held from the 27th to the 29th of October 2010 at Parc Hotel Alvisse, Luxembourg. To confirm its engagement as a security expert in Luxembourg, itrust consulting has decided to be a Silver Sponsor.

Invitation: Applicability of Risk Prediction and Security Management of Power and Telecommunications Grids

Applicability of Risk Prediction and Security Management of Power and Telecommunications Grids. itrust consulting, as the presenter and co-organiser together with the CRP Henri Tudor, would like to invite you to the following workshop: Abstract: In today’s world, where most of the critical infrastructures are based on distributed systems, security failures have become too common, even within large corporations. The critical infrastructures are tightly interconnected, mutually dependent, and are exposed to changing risks. These (inter)dependencies generate potential cascading effects that may spread a malfunction or an attack from one part of the system to another dependent infrastructure. Under the patronage of the Ministry of Economy and Foreign Trade, the Public Research Centre Henri Tudor and itrust consulting, together with Luxinnovation and their partner of the FP7 project MICIE, are organising an international workshop on the applicability of risk prediction and security management of power grids and telecommunication infrastructures. It will take place on May 20th 2010 at the CRP Henri Tudor in Luxembourg. It intends to share knowledge and experiences between researchers and operators or critical infrastructures.

Galileo Application Days

itrust consulting and its partners were present at the Galileo Application Days to present the Liveline project, financed by the European Commission under the 7th Framework Programme. The objective of Liveline project is to develop a commercial, secure location sharing service based on EGNOS/EDAS for vulnerable people. For more information, visit:

  • Official website of Liveline project
  • European GNSS Supervisory Authority
  • Gouvernement.lu

First training

itrust made the first training on Common Criteria (or ISO 15408) in Luxembourg. The training was made by Dr B. Krüger, Head of the Common Criteria Evaluation Facility of SRC GmbH and Secretary of ISO/JTC1/SC27/WG3, author of ISO 15408. There were nine participants, including itrust’s personnel as they apply Common Criteria in four different projects including the Celtic Bugyo Beyond.

itrust consulting launches its Training Centre in Foetz

itrust consulting launches its Training Centre in Foetz

itrust consulting wishes you a safe and secure year 2010

Happy New Year 2010
Happy new year
itrust consulting has preferred to send its best wishes by email or web server rather than in paper form and to give up New Year presents. As last year, itrust used the corresponding budget to support two development projects through the following ONGs:

  • Fondation Follereau Luxembourg
  • Amicale International d’Aide à l’Enfance

ENC-GNSS 2009

ENC-GNSS 2009 event on Naples - presentation of C. Harpes on Secure Localisation with LAP

itrust consulting participates to the final review on Galileo project Proof of Location supported by ESA

itrust consulting participates to the final review on project Galileo Proof of Location supported by ESA

itrust consulting offers multiple internships for the master students

itrust consulting offers multiple internships for students during their master studies (MICIE and BUGYO Beyond)

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