Publications and responsibilities
Security Incident Information Exchange for Cloud Service Provisioning Chains
Online services are increasingly becoming a composition of different cloud services, making incident-handling difficult, as Cloud Service Providers (CSPs) with end-user customers need information from other providers about incidents that occur at upstream CSPs to inform their users. In this paper, w...
Security in maritime communications, autonomous ship
Visualizing cyber security risks with bow-tie diagrams
Safety and security risks are usually analyzed independently, by different people using different tools. Consequently, the system analyst may fail to realize cyber attacks as a contributing factor to safety impacts or, on the contrary, design overly secure systems that will compromise the performanc...
Cyber Security and the Power Grid
Protecting Future Maritime Communication
Our oceans are filled with ships that take care of the most important distribution of goods in the world economy. Evolving from isolated chunks of hollow metal containers, ships are becoming more and more like interconnected floating computers, and thus increasingly exposed to unwanted cyber events....
Security Requirements for SATCOM Datalink Systems for Future Air Traffic Management
Aircraft equipped with satellite communication (SATCOM) systems will enable advanced Air Traffic Management (ATM) operations over datalink on a global basis. A key concept of future ATM is 4D trajectory management, which aims to ensure an optimal path and designated arrival time for the flight by in...
D:A4.1 Socio-economic impact assessment
Security Incident Information Exchange for Cloud Services
The complex provider landscape in cloud computing makes incident handling difficult, as Cloud Service Providers (CSPs) with end-user customers do not necessarily get sufficient information about incidents that occur at upstream CSPs. In this paper, we argue the need for commonly agreed-upon incident...