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Webinar – Use cases overview

M-Sec is developing an end to end secure IoT framework that allows the transfer of personal data without additional safeguards between the EU and Japan. M-Sec complies with GDPR, PIPA ,the Adequacy Agreement between EU&JP. and will be validated through its two cross border use cases. Do you want to know how innovative technological solutions […]

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Webinar – M-Sec project overview

Webinar – M-Sec project overview

M-Sec is developing an end to end secure IoT framework that allows the transfer of personal data without additional safeguards between the EU and Japan. M-Sec complies with GDPR, PIPA ,the Adequacy Agreement between EU&JP. and will be validated through its two crossborder use cases. In this webinar Vanessa Clemente Núñez, from Worldline, the M-Sec […]

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Women in M-Sec

Women in M-Sec

My fellow project members suggested that we should have a post on international women day highlighting the importance of the day in the context of M-Sec. Challenge accepted. Let me start with a disclaimer related with personal life. The chain of command in my family is as follows: Daughter, Son, cat (female), wife, dog (male), […]

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“We are aiming for a platform of services and tools which will enhance the privacy and security of communication in the future hyper-connected smart cities”: Interview with Antonis Litke, M-Sec partner

“We are aiming for a platform of services and tools which will enhance the privacy and security of communication in the future hyper-connected smart cities”: Interview with Antonis Litke, M-Sec partner

Antonis Litke is a Senior Research Engineer at ICCS, part of the National Technical University of Athens, and a technical partner on the M-Sec project. We caught up with Antonis to get up to speed on their latest developments in blockchain applications, how their work fits within the wider M-Sec framework at what the associated […]

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Is your smart city secure enough and what can you do about it?

Is your smart city secure enough and what can you do about it?

Currently, smart city platforms are mainly centralized IoT/Cloud infrastructures, which introduces several limitations as these infrastructures tend to be: Inefficient in handling actuation and control over sensors and physical devices; Prone to “complete failures” since they dispose with centralized control by a limited number of administrative entities; Inflexible in the incorporation of innovative applications and […]

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What does it mean to be a ‘citizen as sensor’?

What does it mean to be a ‘citizen as sensor’?

From graffiti, to broken pavements, to left rubbish/trash, there can be many problems that pop-up in shared public spaces, especially in large cities. In many countries, local governments and authorities rely on traditional ways of receiving feedback from citizens, as well as from their own workforce, on the state of the city. These processes are […]

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Will you be at these autumn/winter 2019 events? Let’s connect!

Will you be at these autumn/winter 2019 events? Let’s connect!

The partners behind M-Sec project come from a range of organisations, including companies, universities, and local government bodies, and are based all over Europe (Greece, France, Spain, Portugal) and Japan. This geographic and organisational diversity means that representatives of our M-Sec project will be attending many different events across the world throughout the next few […]

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