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New paper from TU/e at ACM SAC 2022

New paper from TU/e at ACM SAC 2022

A new paper connected to the INTERSECT project has been just accepted for conference presentation and publication. The research, namely “PICO: Privacy-Preserving Access Control in IoT Scenarios through Incomplete Information”, has been conducted at TU/e by Dr. Savio...

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Stash Kempinski is joining TU/e as a new PhD Student

Stash Kempinski is joining TU/e as a new PhD Student

As part of one of INTERSECT's collaborations amongst partners, TU/e completed the hiring of Stash Kempinski as a new PhD Student. He has already experience on working with both academic and industry partners and he will act as one of the many links between the areas....

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CIP-sponsered Webinar on IoT with Phil Zimmermann

CIP-sponsered Webinar on IoT with Phil Zimmermann

CIP Webinar IoT - 2 December In this webinar managed by the Information Security and Privacy Protection Center (CIP), the well-known American scientist and creator of the PGP (Pretty Good Privacy) protocol Phil Zimmermann speaks. Phil talks about his vision and...

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INTERSCT21 – FUSION has been postponed

INTERSCT21 – FUSION has been postponed

Regrettably and with a heavy heart, we have to inform the community that despite our best efforts to try and provide an excellent conference program with inspiring speakers, panellists and moderators and a vibrant networkingopportunity in a comfortable and safe...

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New paper from RU at EAI SecureComm 2021

New paper from RU at EAI SecureComm 2021

"The use of compression might actually be breaking the privacy that you think encryption is providing to you"Pol Van Aubel A new paper from the members of the INTERSCT consortium is out. The paper, namely "Compromised through Compression: How compression might be...

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INTERSECT will be presented at One Conference 2021

INTERSECT will be presented at One Conference 2021

On 29 September, Professor Roland van Rijswijk-Deij and Dr. Luca Allodi will present INTERSECT the goals and the current status of the INTERSECT project at the annual international cybersecurity conference "One Conference", to take place on Tuesday 28 and Wednesday 29...

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Professor Bart Jacobs awarded with the Stevin Prize by NWO

Professor Bart Jacobs awarded with the Stevin Prize by NWO

Bart Jacobs, Professor of Security, Privacy and Identity at Radboud University Nijmegen, and a member of the INTERSCT Project, was honoured with the prestigious Stevin Prize by the Dutch Research Council (NWO) for his outstanding contributions to the scientific...

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