T2 Data has been an industrial partner in a number of research projects since 2006.
Brief Project Outline
The projects is a cooperation between Lund University, Advenica, Axis, Ericsson, Prevas, Sensative, SICS and T2 Data. All aspects needed to conduct a successful project are covered by consortium partners, ranging from security researchers and developers, to system integrators and device manufacturers.
The projects consists of several parts, e.g.,
- An analysis of the current situation in industry, conducted through discussions and interviews with e.g., manufacturers, developers and integrators.
- Development of tools that can be used to analyze new vulnerabilities in the context of a specific device with a given configuration.
- Research in machine learning and automated methods that can be used to simplify and make the vulnerability analysis more cost-efficient
- Development of APIs that can be used to integrate the results in current development environments.
The project will result in a set of demonstrators, showing how the tools can be used in different use cases in order to improve the analysis of new vulnerabilities.
IoT is a rapidly developing and expanding area, and security in IoT is of uttermost importance. It is natural that the use of, and regulations surrounding, connected devices will develop during the project. In order to develop tools that will be useful also in a longer perspective, the IoT development regarding laws, regulations, standards and protocols, will be audited throughout the project.
HASPOC (High Assurance Security Products On COTS platforms) is a project in Vinnova’s Challenge Driven Innovation program.
The ultimate project target is to provide security for critical digital services and infrastructures by development of a trusted, cost and resource efficient virtualized COTS (ARM) platform with proven and Common Criteria certified security properties.
The developed technology will, in addition to specific security products like crypto equipment, secure mobile phones and firewalls, be applicable in a wide range of areas like SCADA systems, mobile communication networks, vehicular, avionics and medical systems, cloud application platforms and also for devices in the Internet of Things (IoT). The platform will be open source.
nSHIELD is a project co-funded by the ARTEMIS JOINT UNDERTAKING (Sub-programme SP6) focused on the research of SPD (Security, Privacy, Dependability) in the context of Embedded Systems.
pSHIELD has covered the definition phase of this roadmap: nSHIELD will be in charge of the development and implementation phases. The SHIELD General Framework consists of four layered system architecture and Application Layer in which four scenarios are considered:
- Voice/Facial Recognition
- Dependable Avionic Systems and
- Social Mobility and Networking.
The nSHIELD consortium
- Selex ES
- Ansaldo STS
- Acorde Technologies
- ISI / ATHENA
- Fundación Tecnalia Research & Innovation
- I.P.S Sistemi Programmabili – Eurotech Security
- Hellenic Aerospace Industry
- Indra Software Labs
- Integrated Systems Development
- Movation AS
- Mondragon University
- Seek and Find
- SESM scarl
- Swedish Institute of Computer Science
- T2 Data AB
- Technical University of Crete
- Università di Genova
- Università di Udine
- Università di Roma ― La Sapienza
CNS (Center for Networked Systems) is focused on the combination between telecommunication networks and services, especially operation and maintenance in system networks.