The members of the project consortium have reunited, in 18-20 of October of 2017 at Nice, France, for the the 4th DiSIEM technical meeting, organized by Amadeus, for the review of the status of all WPs, discussion of the exploitation strategy and the identification of the project risks. Along with the consortium meeting took place [...]
The 3rd DiSIEM technical meeting happened in London (UK) in 19-21 of June of 2017 in the City University of London. The meeting, that had the participation of 19 members of the consortium, addressed all active WPs and discussed, among other things, which concrete extensions will be developed and supported in the project. Together with [...]
The first DiSIEM scientific publication was recently presented at EuroVA - 8th International EuroVis Workshop on Visual Analytics. The paper entitled A Visual Analytics Approach for User Behaviour Understanding through Action Sequence Analysis presents an approach to provide a comprehensive understanding of user behaviour through the visual analysis of action sequences, and was developed in a [...]
Between 9 and 10 of February 2017, the DiSIEM consortium reunited in the 2nd project meeting, organised by ATOS, in Madrid, Spain. The meeting, that had the participation of 25 researchers, addressed all active WPs and discussed, among other things, which SIEMs will be initially targeted in the project and which types of datasets can [...]
The DiSIEM partners were invited by EDP to participate in a Cyber Security Training session that took place at February 8th, in Lisbon, Portugal. The objective of the training was to give all members of the consortium (which is interdisciplinary) some feeling about the work of a security analyst using a SIEM. The training started [...]
One of the pillars of DiSIEM innovation is the exploitation of the diverse Open-source Intelligence (OSINT) intelligence available on the internet to improve the security of SIEM users. However, with the recent introduction of the EU legislation on personal data protection, it is still to be clarified to what extend one can use social network data [...]
Between 8 and 9 of September we had the project kickoff meeting in the Faculty of Lisbon, University of Lisboa. The meeting had the participation of approximately 30 consortium members and our project officer. There were many interesting discussions during the sessions, and a lot of excitement about the work to be done!