In the SIFIS-Home project, the code developed to secure smart homes is openly available on GitHub.
This webinar is an effort to show the strength of our European community collaborating to make Europe a safer place in regards of cybersecurity.
Usually, when we develop software we tend to use other software, which is either part of an operating system or taken from third-party libraries that implement building blocks we prefer using instead of reimplementing them from scratch. We are the proverbial dwarves standing on the shoulders of giants and that’s usually good: better using an […]
Cyber security and sustainability goes hand in hand. The European Union is promoting both alternatives, but I have rarely seen that someone would talk about these two topics at the same time.
All devices that are connected to the internet are in danger of being accessed by unknown and potentially malicious third parties. In the case of poorly protected internet-facing cameras, threat actors can in the worst case access the live feed of the camera, record sensitive data, and also use the camera as an access point […]
Greetings from IoT Solutions World Congress & Cyber Security Congress in Barcelona! Our Dissemination, Standardization and Exploitation leader Tuuli Lindroos (F-Secure) visited Barcelona and here comes her thought directly after she landed back home in Helsinki.
27th January, 2023 The European Research Innovation for Cybersecurity (ERICyB cluster) is proud to announce that seven of its projects will be jointly exhibiting at the Barcelona Cybersecurity Congress, taking place between January 31st and February 2nd, 2023. This congress is co-located with the IoT Solutions World Congress, which is the leading IoT congress and […]
The first physical plenary meeting of the SIFIS-Home project consortium took place last week as finally the partners were able to meet in beautiful Turin, Italy. Partners who were not able to join physically, joined the plenary meeting virtually. The main agenda of the consortium meeting was to prepare for the mid-term review taking place […]
As part of the research committed in SIFIS Home, we explore the possibility to approach MUD from the opposite direction. As an example, let’s consider a situation where we have an IoT device at hand which does not support MUD.
In order for Internet of Things to function better and more securely, safety, reliability and fault tolerance must be given higher priority already at the design stage.