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    Jacques  Bus  F I  I R L  Presentation  J B Jacques Bus F I I R L Presentation J B Presentation Transcript

    • Future Internet Forum 3 Dec 2009, Dublin, IRL Jacques Bus, Head of Unit Trust and Security DG Information Society and Media European Commission
    • Content Ongoing research Drivers for future research Recommentation RISEPTIS International cooperation
    • Examples of FP7 Project Research Security in Network Infrastructures – Resilience of and across heterogeneous networks – Data gathering & analysis for preventing cyber threats Security in service architectures – Assuring security level and regulatory compliance – Specification and validation of trust and security of SOAs User-centric identity and privacy management – In Future Networks and Services (Future Internet) – Trusted SOA enabling user-centric data management policies – Privacy-preserving network monitoring Critical Infrastructure protection – Interactions and complexity in ICT with other infrastructures – Secure and resilient information and process control systems Enabling technologies – Crypto; Trusted Computing; Biometrics – Secure software and software assurance
    • Priority areas for Trustworthy ICT in WP09-10 (Call closed Oct 09) 90 M€ Call 5 •Privacy protecting interoperable •Securing the FI services on the FI •Monitoring and managing threats Trustworthy Network Trustworthy Service •Interoperable frameworks for identity •Trustworthy infrastructures & virtual IP, Infrastructures Infrastructures management for persons and objects entities min 40m€(user-centricity, privacy). •Experimentation – Socio-economics •Managing trustworthiness throughout life-cycle of service infrastructures •Experimentation – Privacy, user- centricity and socio-economics • In the network (control, things, malware) • For services (ID and privacy mgt tools, risk mgt) STREPs, Technology and Tools for Trustworthy ICT • For data management (integrity, availability, long term storage,…) min 24m€ • Software assurance, secure software engineering • Enabling technologies (biometrics, crypto, …) Threats and vulnerabilities, Security and resilience in software and services, CAs, NoEs Economics of security, Interoperable standards, certification, Legal and Networking, Coordination and Support max 10m€ societal aspects of technology, International cooperation
    • Content Ongoing research Drivers for future research Recommentation RISEPTIS International cooperation
    • Th Digital Data Explosion e Lo ng business, personalized T ail applications and services. In clouds for SAAS, … citizens, to communicate and interact, improve the quality of their life (Web 2.0) governments to service citizens and business (e-ID, e-government, e-education or e-health) Linked Data w ado al Sh Digit Governments: provide public security (against crime or terrorism)
    • Trusted & Smart “everything” Digital DVC STB Game Machine Living TV PC Energy Space Networks Audio Smart DVD Telephone Future Internet Transport eHealth & Networks Health networks
    • “Future Internet Assembly” A call for EU action The Future Internet: an opportunity for Europe Cooperate to exploit European strength (telecom, research, societal freedom, stability, multi-culturalism) Competitiveness for small business, through standard platforms Social acceptance and trustworthiness But it requires: “Complexity management” and open innovation Ecosystem of consumers and suppliers (up- and down-stream) and technologists and law makers Reducing fragmentation of efforts; Bridging the gap between technology and applications
    • Three strategy lines 1. Greater coordination of on-going EU R&D activities Look for higher impact and take-up of results Articulate cross-cutting activities with policy requirements 2. PPP complementing the FP7-ICT WP activities Bridge the gap between the technologies and key application sectors (energy, health, transport, etc) Address large scale demonstration settings Involve new actors and innovation opportunities 3. A Forum of Member States Further develop a Europe wide strategy on Future Internet Share best practices and reduce fragmentation
    • Security, Privacy, Trust Interplay in the Information Society • Complexity, ease of use • Role of end-users • Society-protecting business models Technology & End-Users & Innovation the Society Trustworthy • Global ICT - national “frontiers” frontiers” Information • Security, privacy, identity • “Economics of security” security” Society? • Protection of human values • Policies for privacy-respecting privacy- • Transparency, accountability Trust and Identity? • Auditing and Law enforcement Policy & Regulation
    • Content Ongoing research Drivers for future research Recommentation RISEPTIS International cooperation
    • RISEPTIS Advisory Board Research and Innovation in SEcurity, Privacy and Trustworthiness in the Information Society Objective: provide visionary guidance on policy and research challenges in the field of security and trust in the Information Society. Chair: George Metakides (U Patras, CTI) Members: Dario Avallone(Engineering), Giovanni Barontini (Finmeccanica), Kim Cameron (Microsoft), William Dutton (Oxford Internet Institute), Anja Feldmann (Deutsche Telekom), Laila Gide (Thales), Carlos Jimenez (Secuware), Willem Jonker (Philips), Mika Lauhde (Nokia), Sachar Paulus (U. Brandenburg, ISSECO), Reinhard Posch (CIO GOV. Austria, TU Graz, A-SIT), Bart Preneel (KU Leuven), Kai Rannenberg (U. Frankfurt, CEPIS), Jacques Seneca (Gemalto); Observer: Peter Hustinx (Observer) Support: Willie Donnelly (WIT), Keith Howker (WIT), Sathya Rao (Telscom), Michel Riguidel (ENST), Neeraj Suri (U. Darmstadt) Jacques Bus, Thomas Skordas, Dirk van Rooy (EC)
    • Stimulating Research and Technology Development In view of economic, societal and legal viability Priority Fields: Trustworthy network, service and computing environments (incl. FI) Trust, privacy and identity management frameworks Engineering principles and architectures for trustworthiness (metrics, crypto, secure SW, …) Data and policy governance, socio-economic aspects, liability, management
    • Public-Private large scale projects advancing a Trustworthy Information Society Common EU framework for identity and authentication management as an essential building block Other possibilities could be: – Next generation social networks (privacy, interoperability) – EU-wide legally accepted electronic documents on various media – European trustworthy Cloud infrastructure
    • Technology, Law and Jurisdiction An ecosystem of technology and law for data protection, privacy, consumer protection and related policy and regulation, ensuring a smooth transposition of European values into digital life International cooperation to promote the development of standards, interoperability frameworks and procedures to control cyber crime and promote trust in the Information Society
    • Content Ongoing research Drivers for future research Recommentation RISEPTIS International cooperation
    • EU - International Cooperation Actions EU-US Seminars on Dependability and Security 15-16 Nov 2006, Dublin, IRL 26-27 April, Urbana, Champaign, Illinois, US INCO-TRUST 30 months, 830 K€ EC funding International Cooperation in ICT Security & Trust (USA (NSF, DHS), Japan, Australia, Canada, S. Korea) Security, Privacy and Trust in Large-scale global Networks Workshop Madrid, 31/4-1/5 2009 Next workshop: US April 2010 Ongoing seminars in broader context: EU-Japan, 2008, 2009 EU-South Korea, Brussels Nov 2008 Further extension being worked on: Brazil – joint Call in 2010 South Africa – still to be discussed
    • International Cooperation Instruments Joint Seminars, discussing priorities and joint research agenda Cooperation between ongoing FP7 ICT projects and 'partner-projects' funded in other industrialised countries Joint or coordinated calls