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!
Ana Respício and Fernando Alves presented the DiSIEM project and the components for risk management and OSINT threat detection in the BSides Lisbon 2018 conference, that happened on 29 and 30 of November 2018. The video for the presentation is available on youtube.
The 7th DiSIEM project meeting gathered 20 participants of the consortium at City University of London, in London, UK, between 19 and 21 of November 2018. The technical meeting focused mostly on the validation of the components devised in the project, and on the ongoing research and collaborations in DiSIEM.
The DiSIEM project will be participating in the ICT 2018 Exhibition in Viena, Austria, on Dec. 4-6. We will be showcasing the SIEM enhancements produced in the project in stand C30. If you attend the event, please drop by to see what we have been building in the project and talk about possible collaborations.
We just published a short article on the Open Access Government (pages 376-377) describing the limitations of current cybersecurity monitoring systems and how the innovations developed in DiSIEM can improve the state of the art. This journal reaches a wide audience in the industry and government, and we hope the article helps to create more awareness about [...]
DiSIEM researchers Fernando Alves and Rui Azevedo participated in the 4th MISP Threat Intelligence Summit in Luxembourg, on October 15th. They gave the talks "IoC generation from tweet texts" and "Enrichment and Quality IoC Creation from OSINT", which described how some innovations from DiSIEM could be integrated on the MISP Threat Intelligence platform. Rui's presentation is available [...]