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The prestigious Collège de France Chair in Informatics and Computational Science is awarded for the year 2018-2019 to C4DT-affiliated Professor Guerraoui of EPFL. Working on secure and reliable distributed programming and with an interest in enhancing privacy on the Internet, Guerraoui is a strong proponent of digital trust.View
Leading Swiss actors in finance and technology have established the Capital Markets and Technology Association (CMTA) to facilitate the use of blockchain in financial markets. The independent, not-for-profit association aims to become a key standard setter. EPFL and C4DT supported the development of CMTA and will be represented in its committee by C4DT-affiliated Professor Jim Larus.View
The International Red Cross (ICRC) is confronted to unique information-security challenges when providing aid to disaster victims. A group of C4DT-affiliated researchers has been closely working with ICRC to better understand specific computer security challenges. For that work, Steven Leblond and his colleagues led by professors Ford and Hubaux were awarded the Distinguished Best Paper Award at the 39th IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy in San Francisco.View
Dr. Crochat becomes the first Executive Director of C4DT. He will work alongside Academic Director, Professor Hubaux, and the rest of the C4DT team to advance the ambitious goals of the Center. By hiring Dr. Crochat, who holds a PhD from EPFL and has 15+ years of executive roles in startups, SMEs and large companies, EPFL sends a strong signal that C4DT is open for business.View
A group of lawyers and policy workers from the International Red Cross (ICRC) and other organizations concluded a computing and digital trust awareness-raising training at EPFL.The week-long course in collaboration with C4DT is intended to equip them with the tools to evaluate the impact of information systems on their humanitarian activities. The course starts from computing basics and touches cloud computing, information security and privacy preservation.View
EPFL President Martin Vetterli has unveiled plans to create the Center for Digital Trust (C4DT). It will become a center of excellence for IT security and personal data protection in the digital era. The Center will be a hub for researchers, businesses, non-profits and governments and will start operations in 2018.View