- NIST research grant on “Cryptography secured against side-channel attacks and fault attacks by means of threshold implementations”
Dr. Svetla Nikova and Prof. Vincent Rijmen won a research grant on “Cryptography secured against side-channel attacks and fault attacks by means of threshold implementations” funded by the NIST Information Technology Laboratory Grant Program. NIST is the National Institute of Standard and Technology of USA.
The project will start on April 1, 2016 and run until March ...
- School on Design for a Secure IoT
COSIC organises the ECRYPT.net school on Design for a Secure IoT, taking place at the end of January 2016 in Tenerife. Registration is open now: https://www.cosic.esat.kuleuven.be/school-iot/registration.shtml .
- FIDELITY conference
The European multi-disciplinary initiative FIDELITY aims to strengthen trust and confidence of stakeholders and citizens in ePassports and to provide more efficient ID checks at borders. Come and join us on 10 and 11 December in Brussels to see COSIC’s involvement in this project
- Two COSIC finalists for IPACSO awards
The IPACSO Consortium announced the 2015 Finalists of the European Cyber Security & Privacy Innovation Awards. Among the finalists there are two soon-to-be spin-offs of COSIC: Opacity around secure and privacy-friendly transparency logging and n-Auth which is revolutionary new way of secure and privacy-friendly authentication.
- ‘The leaking battery, A privacy analysis of the HTML5 Battery Status API’ covered by The Guardian
4 August 2015 – ‘The leaking battery, A privacy analysis of the HTML5 Battery Status API’ coauthored by COSIC members Gunes Acar and Claudia Diaz covered by an article in The Guardian.