Although DiSIEM was successfully concluded at the end of 2019, the research done during the project is still being recognized and published in the best journals and conferences around the world. There are new papers appearing on IJCNN 2020, ESORICS 2020, and Information Systems journal. Furthermore, the Lazarus paper won the best student paper award [...]
On October 25th we had our final project review on the EDP premises, in Lisbon. The consortium presented all the main results of DiSIEM, in particular concerning the second review period (M19-M36). In the end, the reviewers recognized the many achievements of DiSIEM (from the scientific output to the impact on SMEs), and the project [...]
The 9th (and last) DiSIEM technical meeting gathered 15 participants of the consortium at Amadeus Main site at EBC, in Sophia Antipolis, France, between 8 and 10 of July 2019. This last technical meeting focused mainly on wrapping up several collaborations within the project and the planning of the last deliverables and the final review.
Michael Kamp - a researcher from Fraunhofer IAIS - gave an invited talk about his DiSIEM work on User Behavior Analysis (WP5) to the Data Science department of Vodafone Campus Düsseldorf (Germany) on 5th of June. The talk described how the Machine Learning techniques (partially) developed in the project can help detect anomalies on the [...]
Pedro Ferreira gave an invited talk at the C-DAYS 2019 Conference at Porto, Portugal. The talk was entitled "Deep learning on open-source intelligence for cybersecurity threat awareness" and included a demo of a prototype software component developed in the DiSIEM project to extend SIEMs threat awareness capabilities. A video of the talk (in Portuguese) is [...]
Vawlt, a startup created by the Lisbon DiSIEM team, just received a pre-seed investment of 0,5 million euros from Armilar. The company provides a secure data storage service based on the use of multiple independent (and diverse) cloud providers. Both the technology and the business model of Vawlt were partially developed and funded by DiSIEM, [...]
The DiSIEM consortium is co-organizing the MLCS'19 workshop together with ECML/PKDB, to be held in Wurzburg, Germany. The aim of this workshop is to provide researchers with a forum to exchange and discuss scientific contributions, open challenges and recent achievements in machine learning and their role in the development of secure systems. Besides that, the workshop will [...]
The DiSIEM consortium ir organizing the 1st DCDS workshop together with 49th IEEE/IFIP DSN conference, in Portland, USA. The workshop aims at providing researchers with a forum to exchange and discuss scientific contributions and open challenges, both theoretical and practical, related to the use of data-centric approaches that promote the dependability and cybersecurity of computing systems. [...]
The 8th DiSIEM project meeting gathered 17 participants of the consortium at ATOS, in Barcelona, Spain, between 20 and 22 of March 2019. The technical meeting focused mostly on the integration of the components to the industrial partners' SOCs. During this meeting, we also had the 2nd DiSIEM advisory board meeting, when we presented the [...]
The DiSIEM project was represented in the ICT 2018 exhibition in Vienna, Austria, that happened between 4 and 6 of December 2018. In these productive days, we interacted with several potential users of the technology being devised in the project. It was a great experience!