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ICT 2015 - Key challenges in end-to-end privacy/security in untrusted environments

Venue: Centro de Congressos de Lisboa. Lisbon, Portugal. Networking session 8 - (Sala 1.07). 1st floor. Date: October 22nd 2015. Time: 14:50-15:35 A joint networking session supported by the Horizon 2020 projects PRISMACLOUD, TREDISEC and WITDOM is going to...


Cloud Security and Privacy by Design

Thomas Lorünser, Thomas Länger, and Daniel Slamanig "Cloud Security and Privacy by Design" 6th International Conference on E-Democracy, Athens, Greece, 10th - 11th December, 2015. Proceedings.


Proactive Security Analysis of Changes in Virtualized Infrastructures

Authors Sören Bleikertz (IBM Research - Zurich), Carsten Vogel (IBM Research - Zurich), Thomas Groß (Newcastle University), Sebastian Mödersheim (DTU Compute) Abstract The pervasiveness of cloud computing can be attributed to its scale and elasticity. However, the operational complexity of...


Privacy-Aware Authentication in the Internet of Things

Hannes Groß, Marko Hölbl, Daniel Slamanig, Raphael Spreitzer. "Privacy-Aware Authentication in the Internet of Things", Cryptology and Network Security, 14th International Conference, CANS 2015, Marrakesh, Morocco, December 8-12. 2015.


ARCHISTAR: Towards Secure and Robust Cloud Based Data Sharing

Thomas Lorünser, Andreas Happe, and Daniel Slamanig. "ARCHISTAR: Towards Secure and Robust Cloud Based Data Sharing". IEEE 7th International Conference on Cloud Computing Technology and Science, CloudCom 2015, Vancouver, Canada, November 30 - December 3, 2015.


Towards a New Paradigm for Privacy and Security in Cloud Services

Thomas Lorünser, Charles Bastos Rodriguez, Denise Demirel, Simone Fischer-Hübner, Thomas Groß, Thomas Länger, Mathieu des Noes, Henrich C. Pöhls, Boris Rozenberg, and Daniel Slamanig. "Towards a New Paradigm for Privacy and Security in Cloud Services". In New LEIT projects...


Signatures and Efficient Proofs on Committed Graphs and NP-Statements

Author Thomas Gross (School of Computing Science, Newcastle University, UK) Abstract Digital signature schemes are a foundational building block enabling integrity and non-repudiation. We propose a graph signature scheme and corresponding proofs that allow a prover (1) to obtain a signature...



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