Ny Teknik: Han ska göra uppkopplade prylar säkrare

8 March, 2017 - 14:22

Recently, Ny Teknik reported on the Vinnova-funded project SECONDS, a collaboration between RISE SICS, Lund University and partners from industry. The project supports the developers of software for the internet of things by keeping track of potential vulnerabilities in used open-source libraries. To that end, SECONDS applies machine learning to support the decision on which patches are to be prioritized. RISE SICS is involved in the requirement management within the project and in securing the privacy of the companies using the machine learning services.

Read the article here (in Swedish)