C4DT panel discussion on Quantum Safety
The C4DT organizes a panel discussion on Quantum safety – security against quantum attacks. It aims to establish a common understanding of quantum terminology, to grasp the concrete risks from quantum computing faced by companies, and to raise awareness among leaders to prepare enterprises now for a secure future. Among the panelists are Dr. Tommaso Gagliardoni, Kudelski Security, Dr. Dimitar Jetchev, Inpher, Dr. Grégoire Ribordy, ID Quantique and Dr. Juan Troncoso-Pastoriza, EPFL.
September 16th, 2020, 16:00-19:00 @ EPFL, 1014 Ecublens, Switzerland. Please note that this event is for the C4DT community only. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
C4DT online workshop on discussing a selection of EPFL COVID-19 projects
The EPFL COVID-19 academic committee has given the green light to twenty research projects directly addressing the COVID-19 crisis. In their research, teams from all the Schools work on priority aspects of the pandemic: preventing or tracking contagion, cure and vaccines, diagnostics and testing, and policy and data. In this workshop we will present a selection of 5 to the C4DT community and discuss potential collaboration.
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C4DT technical training on Calypso
C4DT’s Factory provides a hands-on technical training for C4DT partners on a tool called Calypso. This tool allows to store secrets on a blockchain, and to dynamically update the access control. The hands-on training has been initiated by a request from SICPA. They were looking for a way to store the private keys used in […]
C4DT technical training on Drynx library
C4DT’s Factory provides a hands-on technical training for C4DT partners on a library called Drynx. Drynx allows to create privacy-preserving queries on encrypted datasets that are stored at different data providers who don’t want to share the original data. Please note that this event is for C4DT partners only.
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March 6th, 2020, 09:00-16:00 @ EPFL Building BC (room to be confirmed), 1014 Ecublens, Switzerland.
C4DT launch workshop on IoT security
On Thursday October 3rd the C4DT will kick off the IoT Security workgroup with its launch workshop held at the EPFL. Nine C4DT partner companies will develop an understanding of each other’s challenges and needs in IoT Security and share insights on such projects. Prof. David Atienza and Dr. Amir Aminifar from the C4DT-affiliated Embedded Systems Laboratory (ESL) provide insights into their state-of-the-art research.
C4DT Workshop on the difficulties of deploying E-Voting
The C4DT Workshop on the difficulties of deploying E-Voting will take place on Friday June 7th from 10:00 to 12:00 in conference room BC 420. Professors Carmela Troncoso, Bryan Ford and Edouard Bugnion will be welcoming Mr. Denis Morel and Mr. Olivier Esseiva from Swiss Post, Mr. Christophe Vigouroux from l’État de Genève, and Mr. Thomas Hofer formerly from l’État de Genève.
Funding Multilateral Projects in Cybersecurity / Digital Trust
This workshop will be held on the 20th of May 2019 the the EPFL and aims to inform researchers and industrial partners, active in the field of cybersecurity / digital trust, about current opportunities to fund multilateral projects (collaborative projects involving multiple research and industry partners) using H2020 as well as other Swiss and EU sources of financing.
Please note that this is a closed C4DT community event.
C4DT Workshop on Digital Identity
C4DT’s first workshop on the topic of Digital Identity will take place at the EPFL in Lausanne on Friday the 10th of May. The objective is to share insights in 4 application verticals, namely eHeath, IoT, e-Gov and Humanitarian, developing common understanding of digital ID, and to leverage opportunities for interaction and collaboration. Please note that this workshop is a closed event and by invitation only. More details will follow…
Security and Privacy of Wearable Devices
A growing number of wearable devices are becoming available. By their ability to measure physical activity and physiological characteristics such as heart rate, blood pressure, sleep patterns, etc., they constitute a cornerstone for the quantified self and personalized health. Yet, unavoidably, they bring a number of challenges in terms of security and privacy. 10:15-13:00 – […]