University of the Aegean
Department of Information and Communication Systems Engineering
Info Sec Lab
Laboratory of Information & Communication Systems Security

International Projects
PASSIVE: Policy-Assessed system-level Security of Sensitive Information processing in Virtualised EnvironmentsThe PASSIVE project proposes an improved model of security for virtualised systems to ensure that: o Adequate separation of concerns (e.g. policing, judiciary) can be achieved even in large scale deployments; o Threats from co-hosted operating systems are detected and dealt with; o Ppublic trust in application providers is maintained even in a hosting environment where the underlying infrastructure is highly dynamic.
Duration: 2010 - 2012
e-SENSE: Capturing Ambient Intelligence for Mobile Communications through Wireless Sensor Networks e-SENSE aims to specify Ambient Intelligence mobile systems beyond 3G. Info-Sec-Lab is involved in the development of a comprehensive architecture for security and privacy.
Duration: 2006 - 2007
SERENITY: System Engineering for Security and Dependability SERENITY aims to enhance security and dependability for AmI ecosystems by providing a framewok supporting the automated integration, configuration, monitoring and adaptation of security and dependability mechanisms for such ecosystems.
Duration: 2006 - 2008
CSI Review: Scalability of Certificate Revocation and Certificate Suspension and enhancements on the respective mechanisms The objective was to study ways for handling large numbers of revoked certificates used in electronic signatures. The study dealt with the performance and management issues for both the use of delta CRLs and OCSP responses.
Duration: 2000 -
COSSAC: Co-ordination of security activities between Chambers of CommerceThe main objectives of this project was: To identify current and future business scenarios for Cham­bers of Commerce (CoCs), which can be handled electro­nically; to expand the CoCs functionality, which will permit them to act as a vehicle for international electronic commerce; to provide a secure link between CoCs in order to enable them to transfer documents electronically; to emphasize the use of TTP technology in promoting Electronic Commerce through CoCs.
Duration: 1998 - 2000
EUROMED-ETS: Trusted Third Party Services for Health Care in Europe The project aimed at identifying, defining and verifying the ope­ra­tional, organisational, technical and legal aspects of the TTPs for telemedical applications over the Web.
Duration: 1997 -
MEDSEC: Health Care Security and Privacy in the Information SocietyThe main objectives of the project were to: Codify existing and emerging standards for security and privacy in Health Care Information Systems; identify gaps in existing and emerging standards thereby recommending additional standardization work to appro­priate bodies; assess the applicability and technical feasibility of sele­cted standards via field trials thereby providing input to standardization bodies; investigate the degree of compliance with these standards of European Health Care Institutions and HC Information Systems developers; promote the awareness on the existence and usefulness of such standards among European Health Care Insti­tu­tions and HC Information Systems developers.
Duration: 1997 - 1998
ENCRESS: European Network of Clubs for Reliability and Safety of Software-Intensive SystemsThe aim of the project was to establish a European Special Interest Group linking users, experts and practitioners with shared concerns on safety, reliability, quality and security of software-intensive systems.
Duration: 1996 - 1997
ISHTAR: Implementing Secure Healthcare Telematics in Europe The project aimed to activate the awareness process, and to en­sure that HCEs and Health Telematics projects are kept in touch with the legal, security, and safety issues ari­sing from the widespread utilization of Health Telematics in the context of patient care and the resulting EU recom­men­da­tions and directives.
Duration: 1995 - 1998
SEISMED: Secure Environment for Information Systems in MedicineThe main objectives of the project were to: examine, across the EU, the legal issues of data pro­tec­tion and privacy within healthcare information systems and develop a relevant code of Ethics; develop a High Level Security Policy to enable or­ga­nizations using information systems to follow a con­sistent path.
Duration: 1991 - 1995

University of the Aegean | Greece

School of Engineering | Information and Communication Systems Engineering

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