On the 9th of March, between 10am and mid-day, the M-Sec Project (www.msecproject.eu) will organize a local online event in the scope of the EU Industry Week 2021, in partnership with the European Commission.
The EU Industry Days is Europe's flagship annual event on industry, serving as the main platform to discuss industrial challenges and co-develop opportunities and policy responses in an inclusive dialogue with a wide range of partners. The next edition will take place in the week of 22-26 February 2021.
This year, the European Commission has opened a Call for local events to be held under the umbrella of the EU Industry Week 2021. The M-Sec Project was accepted as one of those local partners and was provided with the opportunity to contribute to the reflection sparked by the EU Industry Week on how to help shape Europe's digital future.
The 4th edition of the EU Industry Days will focus on the accelerated twin green and digital transition, and the changing global competitive landscape in the post-COVID context. Against this background, the M-Sec will organize a local event entitled "Developing a secure IoT Smart City Framework for a better digital future" dedicated to discussing the challenges related with security and privacy in smart cities and how the M-Sec framework can help overcome them, and thus support the shaping of Europe's digital future.
IoT Smart City Applications are a key component of most digital transformations, but as the number of IoT devices continues to rise, the challenges related with security and privacy are more and more present. M-Sec is born to overcome the main challenges on data reliability, confidentiality, integrity and availability. Security and privacy vulnerabilities are considered in all layers of the system; from a device level to network level to an application level.
M-Sec's local event will be held on Zoom. Although free of charge, registration is required and can be done through the event's official page: https://www.f6s.com/msec-euindustrydays2021localevent
See you there?
smart cities, security, cyberspace, iot, privacy, blockchain, bigdata, artificial intelligence, cybercrime, technology