With an ever-growing flow of data supporting the development of an Internet of Things that connects everything from consumer devices to the most critical elements of our energy and transport infrastructures, the need for trust and security is paramount. With the Internet of Things, security flaws can become real safety hazards and players around the world need to embrace consistent security policies and technical solutions to ensure proper protection of users, devices and data.

InDiCo's cybersecurity scope encompasses cross-domain cybersecurity, security of devices, protocols and services as well as security techniques and tools. In the context of the project, a specific focus will be set on security of the project's other technical areas (5G, Internet of Things (IoT), Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS), Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT)), with the aim of building consistent understanding and support in Europe and in the partner countries for basic yet critical principles such as security and privacy by design.

Common principles and approaches for the evaluation of trust in digital ecosystems are also high on the agenda, together with the promotion of trust enabling standards such as digital signatures.

Lastly, InDiCo aims at strengthening collaboration on forward-looking security techniques, acknowledging the advent of quantum computing and therefore uniting the security ecosystem around the topic of Quantum-Safe Cryptography, an essential element to enable future-proof systems and services.

Countries covered by this technology

  • Brazil
  • China
  • India
  • Japan
  • South Korea
  • USA

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