EU-US Cooperation in Network and Information Security

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22 févr. 2014 (il y a 3 années et 10 mois)

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Jacques Bus, Head of Unit

DG Information Society and Media


EU
-
US Cooperation in Network and
Information Security


17 Mar, 2008


Yale, US

Content


Current research in EU programme


Motivation and modalities


Past and ongoing actions

Strengthening

Competitiveness

through
Co
-
operation

FP7 Cooperation Programme: 32,413 M€
The 10 Themes
ICT
;
9050
;
28%
Energy
;
2350
;
7%
Food
,

;
1935
;
6%
Space
;
1430
;
4%
Security
;
1400
;
4%
Socio
-
economics
;
623
;
2%
Environment
;
1890
;
6%
NMT
;
3475
;
11%
Health
;
6100
;
19%
Transport
;
4160
;
13%
Total 50,521 M



7
th

EU Framework Programme for RTD 2007
-
2013

Security and Trust in FP7
-

ICT WP 2007
-
08

Coordination Actions

Research roadmaps, metrics and benchmarks,

international cooperation, coordination activities

4 Projects
: 3.3 m




Network

infrastructures



4 Projects

11 m




Dynamic, reconfigurable

service architectures



4 Projects

18 m


Identity management,

privacy, trust policies



3 Projects

20.5 m




6 Projects: 22 m


Enabling technologies

for trustworthy infrastructures

Biometrics, trusted computing, cryptography, secure SW



2 Projects

5.8 m




1 Project

9.4 m




20 m


Critical Infrastructure Protection

110 M


Main R&D project priorities



An integrated security framework and tools for the security and resilience of
heterogeneous networks (
INTERSECTION
)


A networking protocol stack for security and resilience across ad
-
hoc PANs & WSNs
(
Awissenet
)



A message
-
oriented MW platform for increasing resilience of information systems
(
GEMOM
)


Data gathering and analysis for understanding and preventing cyber threats (
WOMBAT
)

Security in network infrastructures:


4 projects, 11 m


EC funding

Main R&D project priorities



Assuring the security level and regulatory compliance of SOAs handling business
processes (
IP

MASTER
)


Platform for formal specification and automated validation of trust and security of SOAs
(
AVANTSSAR
)


Data
-
centric information protection framework based on data
-
sharing agreements
(
Consequence
)


Crypto techniques in the computing of optimised multi
-
party supply chains without
revealing individual confidential private data to the other parties (
SECURE
-
SCM
)

Security in service infrastructures:


4 projects, 18 m


EC funding

Personalised Services


User
-
centric Privacy and ID
-
Management (1)


6

projects, 35.7 m


EC funding

Main R&D project priorities



Bringing Sustainable Privacy and Identity Management to Future Networks and
Services; Privacy
-
enhancing identity management ‘for life’ (
IP
-
PRIMELIFE
)


Revocable, user
-
controlled, fingerprint
-
based biometric identities (
IP
-
TURBINE
)


A platform for trust, privacy and identity management of community services
and applications on the Internet and in mobile networks (
PICOS
)

User
-
centric Privacy and ID
-
Management (2)


6

projects, 35.7 m


EC funding

Main R&D project priorities



Trusted SOA architectures enabling dynamic and secure services that are
managing and processing personal information based on user
-
centric data
management policies (
IP
-
TAS3
)


Cross
-
layer identity framework for network infrastructures (
SWIFT
)


Privacy
-
preserving network monitoring system with data protection (
PRISM
)

Main R&D project priorities



Trusted Computing



IP T
ECOM




trusted embedded systems: HW platforms with integrated trust components


Cryptography



NoE eCrypt II


Multi
-
modal Biometrics




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-
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MOBIO
)




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monitoring of users in ambient environments (
ACTIBIO
)


Secure SW implementation




providing SW developers with the means to prevent occurrences of known vulnerabilities when
building software (
SHIELDS
)




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CACE
)

Security enabling Technologies

6 projects, 22 m


EC funding

Content


Current research in EU programme


Motivation and modalities


Past and ongoing actions

International Cooperation

Why , What

WHY


Cyber activities intrinsically crosses borders


No authentication in international network traffic


Internet facilitates international “underground economy”


Nation
-
state cyberwarfare


Free, industrialised world must protect its values

WHAT


Cooperation in research for common goal


Sharing information on incidents, problems


International coordination of R&D and policy

International Cooperation

Framework


S&T Agreement between NSF and EU FP
-
RTD, within
this framework we organised jointly:


cooperation between projects on both sides: extra travel budget
from NSF for US participants; part of project budget in EU
projects


organisation of workshops with cost born by “own side”


participation in other side’s project at own costs, unless exception


Cooperation between EU initiative on Future Internet and
NSF GENI/FIND


Ongoing discussions with US
-
DHS and EU Security and
ICT programmes


Content


Current research in EU programme


Motivation and modalities


Past and ongoing actions

Past and Ongoing cooperation actions


EU
-
US Summits on Cyber Trust: Systems dependability
and security (~ 60 participants on invitation)


Dublin, IRL 15
-
16 Nov 2006


Urbana
-
Champaign, Illinois, USA

26
-
27 April 2007


INCOTRUST: continuation and extension of EU
-
US
activities of Dublin and Illinois. Financial support from
EU and support by NSF for similar activities


FORWARD: bringing together industry and academia to
discuss trends in threats and the RTD agenda for it.
Cooperation with CMU
-
Cylab