In collaboration with Technical University of Denmark (DTU) and the European Research Center of Huawei Technologies in Germany, UBITECH publishes a preprint entitled “BLINDTRUST: Oblivious Remote Attestation for Secure Service Function Chains” at the arXiv open-access repository of electronic preprints and postprints (known as e-prints) approved for posting after moderation. Dr Thanassis Giannetsos, Head of UBITECH’s Digital Security and Trusted Computing Research Group, and his co-authors present a lightweight dynamic configuration integrity verification that enables inter and intra-device attestation without disclosing any configuration information and can be applied on both resource-constrained edge devices and cloud services. Their goal is to enhance run-time software integrity and trustworthiness with a scalable solution eliminating the need for federated infrastructure trust.Continue reading UBITECH publishes an e-print on Oblivious Remote Attestation for Secure Service Function Chains at arXiv
The paper “Direct Anonymous Attestation on the Road: Efficient and Privacy-Preserving Revocation in C-ITS” has been accepted for presentation at the “14th ACM Conference on Security and Privacy in Wireless and Mobile Networks” (ACM WiSec 2021) that takes place as an online, virtual conference from June 28 to July 2, 2021 and is hosted by the Center for Cyber Security at New York University Abu Dhabi (NYUAD). The UBITECH’s Digital Security and Trusted Computing research group proposes a novel revocation protocol for Cooperative Intelligent Transportation Systems (C-ITS) based on Direct Anonymous Attestation (DAA) that leverages the benefits of trusted computing to offer an efficient and privacy-respecting solution.Continue reading UBITECH presents a scientific paper on efficient and privacy-preserving revocation in cooperative intelligent transportation systems at ACM WiSec 2021
UBITECH has proudly participated in the 11th MOBILE & CONNECTED WORLD CONFERENCE (https://www.mwc.gr/), (the first #5G focused business conference in Greece) held online on the 23rd of June 2021. This year’s conference title was “5G: From prospects to reality!” and focus on potential 5G implementation aspects and new services, presenting the views of all Greek market operators, major vendors and innovative companies in the field of 5G.Continue reading UBITECH discusses about 5G for Industry 4.0 at the MWC 2021
The first review of the FARCROSS H2020 Innovation Action research project with external reviewers and the Project Officer from the European Commission side took place (virtually) on June 16, 2021, wherein the FARCROSS consortium successfully presented the results of the work of the project during the first 18 months of the project. The FARCROSS project aims to connect major stakeholders of the energy value chain and demonstrate integrated hardware and software solutions that will facilitate the “unlocking” of the resources for the cross-border electricity flows and regional cooperation. The project will promote state-of-the-art technologies to enhance the exploitation/capacity/efficiency of transmission grid assets, either on the generation or the transmission level.Continue reading Successful first review for the FARCROSS H2020 Innovation Action
UBITECH participates at the virtual kick-off meeting hosted by ICCS (June 16, 2021) of the 5G-IANA Innovation Action, officially started on June 1st, 2021. The project is funded by the European Commission and the EU Member States under the Horizon 2020 Programme (Grant Agreement No. 101016427) and spans on the period June 2021 – May 2024. The 5G-IANA project aims at providing an open 5G experimentation platform, on top of which third party experimenters (i.e., SMEs) in the Automotive-related 5G-PPP vertical will have the opportunity to develop, deploy and test their services.Continue reading UBITECH undertakes the technical coordination of the 5G-IANA Innovation Action on 5G Intelligent Automotive Network Applications
Mr. Anastasis Tzoumpas, Head of the Electrical Power & Energy Systems Research Group of UBITECH ENERGY, participates as speaker and panellist at the 10th InnoGrid Edition “Living the Transition”, organized by the European Distribution System Operators’ Association (E.DSO) and the European Network of Transmission System Operators (ENTSO-E) on Friday, June 4 and Friday, June 11.Continue reading UBITECH ENERGY participates as panellist at the “Innovating in asset management” digital round table of InnoGrid 2021
Chris Aslanoglou and Vanias Apostolopoulos, with the support and guidance of Thanos Xirofotos and Dr George Katsikas, all of them members of the Network Softwarization and Internet of Things (NSIT) research group of UBITECH, have participated in the latest OSM#11 Hackfest, which was held online between May 31 and June 04 2021. Our team employed state-of-the-art packaging solutions (i.e., Juju charms) to package the popular PowerDNS network function (NF) and successfully onboarded this NF atop Kubernetes through OSM Release TEN.
UBITECH’s Danae Vergeti, Head of Knowledge & Intelligent Computing Research Group, participated as speaker and panellist at the REGAIN workshop, fostering “big data as key driver for circular digital transformation”, organized in the context of the BDVA/DAIRO Data Week 2021 that is held online from 25th to the 27th of May. The REGAIN Workshop aims to highlight opportunities for boosting data-driven circular practises towards innovative digital transformations. Under the triple-helix of activism – discovery – thinking, REGAIN will reveal new synergies potential for Data/AI and Green/Circular ecosystems along with the need for effective skill sets and business processes, as shaped by representatives from SMEs, social innovators, academia, and policy makers.Continue reading UBITECH participates at the BDVA/DAIRO Data Week 2021 REGAIN workshop on circular digital transformation
The first review of the PolicyCLOUD H2020-870675 project (https://policycloud.eu/) was successfully held by the European Commission on the 19th of May 2021. The PolicyCLOUD project aims to harness the potential of digitisation, big data and cloud technologies to improve the modelling, creation and implementation of policy. The project addresses challenges faced by many businesses and public administrations for improving how they make policy decisions by accessing and using data. The PolicyCLOUD consortium successfully presented the project results, where UBITECH’s Computing Systems, Software and Services research group displayed the work done on the Data Governance model, as well as on the overall Protection and Privacy Enforcement. More specifically, UBITECH’s role is to fulfil the need to acquire and manage the data that will be used by PolicyCLOUD, as well as to provide the tools that can be used to control data in the different phases of the data lifecycle. The reviewers and the PO were very satisfied with the overall results of the project and provided some really interesting feedback and recommendations for future work.
The short paper entitled “Enabling the Big Data Pipelines on the Computing Continuum”, co-authored by UBITECH, has been accepted by the 15th International Conference on Research Challenges in Information Science (RCIS 2021), held online between 11-14 May, 2021. Mr. Giannis Ledakis, Head of the Computing Systems, Software and Services research group of UBITECH, and his co-authors present the overall vision of the DataCloud Research and Innovation Action, which is the creation of a novel paradigm for Big Data pipeline processing over heterogeneous resources encompassing the Computing Continuum, covering the complete lifecycle of managing Big Data pipelines.Continue reading UBITECH co-authors a scientific paper presenting DataCloud concept at RCIS 2021