The Internet of Things revolves around Internet-accessible automation with sensors in the real world capturing data and storing it in the cloud. In this rapidly evolving space, security is often an afterthought.
LuxTrust and Tyfone, supported by the Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SnT), present a unique opportunity to help secure the Internet of Things. There are millions of IoT devices operating today that lack basic security features, compromising our privacy, trust and safety. Help us tackle this challenge!
The digital economy is growing at an unprecedented speed. For Luxembourg to maximize its opportunities, the education and training system must make available the required skills to the labour market at all levels.
This 18th of May, 11 private actors and the State of Luxembourg incorporated the non-profit Infrachain a.s.b.l. dedicated to leapfrog the adoption curve of blockchain solutions in a trusted and compliant-aware manner.
Professor Björn Ottersten, Director of the Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SnT) at the University of Luxembourg, has been awarded an Advanced Grant (AdG), the most prestigious award offered by the European Research Council (ERC). Congrats!
LuxTrust, the digital identity firm backed by the Luxembourg government and leading local financial institutions, has announced a partnership with Massachusetts-based digital identity enterprise software provider Cambridge Blockchain to develop a new privacy-protecting European identity platform.