Blockchain Technology for IoT in Intelligent Transportation Systems (B-IoT)

adrian Harnessing Economic Value, Infrastructure, News, Safety and Security, Transport and Mobility

Blockchain Technology for IoT in Intelligent Transportation Systems (B-IoT) Team: Michael Huth(Imperial College London), Haitham Cruickshank (University of Surrey), Carsten Maple (University of Warwick ), Dave Murray-Rust (University of Edinburgh), Leif-Nissen Lundbaek (Imperial College London), Razvan Nicolescu (Imperial College London), Ella Tallyn (University of Edinburgh), Ao Lei (University of Surrey) Partners: Ordnance Survey, Wallet.Services, Pinsent Masons, Telefonica, CISCO, XAIN Huge …

EBIS: Extending Smartbuilding Deployment descriptions to include IoT, Networks, Data and Security

adrian Infrastructure, Standards, Governance and Policy

EBIS – Extending Smartbuilding Deployment descriptions to include IoT, Networks, Data and Security Team: Peter T. Kirstein (University College London) Partners: TBC The deployment of physical assets in the built environment (e.g. buildings, houses, cities) usually is carried out without taking proper account of IoT or security features. Often, these must be added at a later stage, usually supported by Building …

Cyber Risk Assessment for Coupled Systems

rachael Infrastructure, Privacy and Trust, Standards, Governance and Policy

CRACS — Cyber Risk Assessment for Coupled Systems TEAM: Jason R C Nurse (University of Oxford), David De Roure (University of Oxford), Sadie Creese (University of Oxford). Partners: Fujitsu Labs Europe, NSC Risks to critical infrastructure, in companies or countries, are currently assessed using methodologies which were established prior to the pervasive (and often automated) coupling of digital, cyberphysical and …

National and International Policy for Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity

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NIPC – National & International Policy for Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity Team: Jeremy Watson (University College London), Madeline Carr (University of Cardiff), Carsten Maple (University of Warwick). Partners: Network Rail, Highways England, US Transportation Research Board (NAS), EU Mobility & Transport, Singapore Land Transport Authority, Home Office, CPNI, DSTL, GLA, RBS, Costain, Siemens, BT, Telefonica, EE, TRL National and International Policy …