Project Coordinator Prof. Christos Xenakis was invited to participate in the Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience (CISaR) workshop which took place in Gjøvik, Norway, on January 30-31, 2020. The Incognito was presented to the participants of the workshop.
Christos Xenakis, on 17 of February at the Greek National Radio, had a two hours discussion about cybersecurity, together with Demosthenes Ikonomou from ENISA and Periklis Vassilopoulos. Lilian Mitrou also participated remotely in the discussion.
Prof. Christos Xenakis did a 10 hours lecture at Mastering Enterprise Risk Management, focusing in cyber risks. See more at : https://www.ibhs.gr/our-services/edu-business-risk-management
Prof. Christos Xenakis of University of Piraeus participated in the 6th meeting of the ESDC, in Brussels, Belgium and presented the Incognito project, its aims and the progress of the project so far, in about 30 participants whose background was from academia, industry, national authorities and military .
Prof. Christos Xenakis participated in the event “Hacking Democracy – Ιδιωτικότητα και δεδομένα στον καιρό του Facebook” , discussing about Security & Privacy on the Web,the protection of private life in the internet and the modern threats. The event took place on 26/11/2019 in Athens. Prof. Christos Xenakis disseminated the Incognito project, Read more…
The Systems Security Laboratory (SSL) of the University of Piraeus participated in the Researcher’s Night event which took place in Athens, Greece on September 27, 2019. During this event, the researchers presented the Incognito project, its aims and the progress that is made in these early stages.
INCOGNITO & ReCRED introduced Qualified Anonymity using Anonymous Credentials in the 13th Meeting of the Community of Users on Secure, Safe, Resilient Societies that took place in Brussels, 25 – 29 March 2019. https://www.securityresearch-cou.eu/node/9200