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First Dissemination, Standardisation Activities Report

Report documenting the dissemination, clustering and standardization activities of the project partners during the first half of the project.

Legal requirements and analysis of ID legislation and law enforcement aspects

This deliverable will produce an overview of EU ID legislation, including an assessment of any impacts on the creation of harmonized standards/procedures to address identity theft.

Socio-ethical analysis and requirements

This deliverable will produce one report on the societal framework in which the project will operate, and identify the drawbacks and limitation of the usage of eID by citizens. It will combine the societal requirements to ensure a holistic, compliant and socially acceptable methodology is adopted during the activity and planned future innovations resulting from project activity. Also an ethical guidance document will be provided to be updated within the project. This deliverable will also contribute to a separate Societal Impact report to be included with the mid-term report for the review.

ARIES Demonstration and Evaluation Plan

A report that will use the ARIES developments to be demonstrated and using an agreed pre-defined user focused scenario define key success criteria to evaluate the activity.

First Communication Plan and Activities Report

This report will report the completed communication activities of the first year and the planned activities for the following periods.

ARIES Social Knowledge Management System (SKMS)

The SKMS will be created initially (MS1) to form a repository of documentary and other information that is relevant to the execution of the project. In a second phase ending in month 3 (MS2), the SKMS will be open for partner’s collaboration, creating a communication infrastructure supported with mailing lists and/or automated email notification systems. As the project evolves, the information structure and the IT-infrastructure will be adapted according to current needs and requirements. In the third and last phase, the SKMS will support establishing sections in order to enable communication with and collaboration within the special monitoring group, PAB members and all partners. Other than that, a public section accessible the general public.



Autoren: Andrew Staniforth, Francesca Barrett
Veröffentlicht in: 8th International Scientific Conference on Security Concepts and Policies: New Generation of Risks and Threats, 2017, Page(s) 62-71, ISBN 004-0496-343525
Herausgeber: 8th International Scientific Conference on Security Concepts and Policies

Towards a Privacy-preserving Reliable European Identity Ecosystem

Autoren: Jorge Bernal Bernabe, Antonio Skarmeta, Nicolás Notario, Julien Bringer, Martin David
Veröffentlicht in: Annual Privacy Forum, 11 October 2017, 2017, Page(s) 19-33, ISBN 978-3-319-67280-9
Herausgeber: Springer International Publishing
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-67280-9_2

Towards privacy preserving data provenance for the Internet of Things

Autoren: Jose Luis Canovas Sanchez, Jorge Bernal Bernabe, Antonio F. Skarmeta
Veröffentlicht in: 2018 IEEE 4th World Forum on Internet of Things (WF-IoT), 2018, Page(s) 41-46, ISBN 978-1-4673-9944-9
Herausgeber: IEEE
DOI: 10.1109/wf-iot.2018.8355229

Holistic Privacy-Preserving Identity Management System for the Internet of Things

Autoren: Jorge Bernal Bernabe, Jose L. Hernandez-Ramos, Antonio F. Skarmeta Gomez
Veröffentlicht in: Mobile Information Systems, 2017, 2017, Page(s) 1-20, ISSN 1574-017X
Herausgeber: IOS Press
DOI: 10.1155/2017/6384186

Integration of Anonymous Credential Systems in IoT Constrained Environments

Autoren: Jose Luis Canovas Sanchez, Jorge Bernal Bernabe, Antonio F. Skarmeta
Veröffentlicht in: IEEE Access, 6, 2018, Page(s) 4767-4778, ISSN 2169-3536
Herausgeber: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.
DOI: 10.1109/ACCESS.2017.2788464