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Research and Development

R&D is our engine of growth. Through co-financed projects for typically 3 years, our experts can fully invest in security challenges.

A company philosophy

Involved in national, European and international research frameworks, itrust consulting relies on the acquired knowledge in research projects to position itself in the information security market. The company uses its flexibility, high adaptability to customer’s security requirements and a high rigour level to provide innovative solutions to overcome security concerns for small, medium and large companies in a large range of activities from Essential Services Providers to Data storage and treatments.

A main pillar of the security competency

In the last two years, the research activity for itrust represents almost 40% of its activity and increased the staff’s competences in the following fields of expertise:

  • Essential Services Providers,
  • Risk analysis,
  • GNSS security,
  • Localisation-based services,
  • Web application,
  • Data protection and privacy compliance,
  • Cyber Security and malware protection.

Ongoing projects

Without research, security quickly becomes out of date and ineffective.
ATENA

ATENA

bIoTope

bIoTope

Previous projects

The knowledge acquired during previous projects is used to face new challenges.
BUGYO Beyond

BUGYO Beyond

CockpitCI

CockpitCI

DIAMONDS

DIAMONDS

i-GOing

i-GOing

LASP

LASP

Liveline

Liveline

MICIE

MICIE

SGL-Cockpit

SGL-Cockpit

SPARC

SPARC

TREsPASS

TREsPASS

Research Programs

The R&D projects in which itrust consulting is involved in are part of these programs:

  • Horizon 2020: Is the financial instrument implementing the Innovation Union, a Europe 2020 flagship initiative aimed at securing Europe’s global competitiveness.
  • FNR-AFR: AFR is one of the FNR’s longest-running funding schemes and now serves the specific purpose of providing funding for the training of doctoral candidates.
  • MinEco: Is the national funds instrument for research in the private sector.
  • FP7: The Seventh Framework Programme for research and technological development (FP7) is the European Union’s chief instrument for funding research over the period 2007 to 2013.
  • Celtic-Plus: Is an industry-driven European research initiative to define, perform and finance (through public and private funding) common research projects in the area of telecommunications, new media, future Internet, and applications & services focusing on a new “Smart Connected World” paradigm.
  • ITEA2: The follow-up to the successful ITEA programme, is a strategic pan-European programme for advanced pre-competitive R&D in Software-intensive Systems and Services (SiSS).
  • ESA (European Space Agency): For various programs, the ESA funds (through the Luxembourg contribution) R&D projects related to space exploration and services.
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