The need for security solutions in the society is larger than ever and increasing. The demand for surveillance and protection of our private, public, enterprise and military infrastructure is growing. With internet as the basic technology, for communication in an All-IP telecom network, the need for new security solutions are critical for continued growth.
New security solutions are a must for new ICT solutions to meet the grand challenges we have as a society e. g. e-health, smart energy.
• IT Secuity
• Cyber security
• Sensor networks
Thesis: Bringing visibility in the Clouds using Security, Transparency and Assurance services The public defense of Mudassar Aslams doctoral thesis in Computer Science and Engineering will take place at Mälardalen university Västerås Campus, room Kappa, at 10.00 on September 5, 2014. Everybody welcome! The faculty examiner is Professor Chris Mitchell, Royal Holloway University of London; and the examining committee consists of Professor Simone Fischer-Hübner, Karlstad University; Associate...
"Play an open hand in regards to personal data" is the headline of a debate article in Nyteknik by Markus Bylund and Jacob Dexe at the People Technologies Lab. A recent survey showed that the Swedish population is torn in its relation to data collection, most are willing to share data if they feel it is being used for adequate purposes, but a majority is also worried about increased collection in general. What we see is a trust gap where users are willing to share, but do not trust the actors...
Recently, the opinion poll Delade meningar (in English, Differens of opinion) was published by Insight Intelligence. The poll investigates Swedes' attitudes towards collection of data from individuals, and protection of that data. On the one hand, it shows that people in Sweden have a negative attitude about increased collection of data in general. On the other hand, people are positive about sharing personal information if they receive an adequate explanation regarding what and why it is being...
"Från att varit en sport för hackare att till exempel penetrera FBI:s hemsida är det här nu stor business, säger Rolf Blom vid forskningsinstitutet SICS och som tidigare jobbat med IT-säkerhet hos Ericsson. – Det kostar småsummor att sätta upp sådan här verksamhet. För de flesta privatpersoner blir konsekvenserna inte alltför stora. För myndigheter och organisationer kan dock dataintrång vara oerhört allvarligt." Läs hela artikeln i Aftonbladet.