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Multi-layered Security technologies to ensure hyper connected smart cities with Blockchain, BigData, Cloud and IoT

Deliverables

Integration Plan

EU leader: WLI; JP leader: KEIO The specific deliverable is going to provide the detailed plan of the integration of the various components developed in WP4, into one functional prototype.

M-Sec Architecture: Functional and technical specifications – first version

EU leader: ICCS; JP leader: WU Full specification and architectural layout of the M-Sec system including the description of the functionalities, UML diagrams, use cases and data model descriptions.

Dissemination Activities Report-first year report

EU leader: F6S; JP leader: NTTE Report detailing the dissemination activities performed so far

Market Analysis and Exploitation - first year report

EU leader: WLI; JP leader: NTTDMC Report detailing the activities performed so far regarding market analysis and plans/reports for exploitation planning related activities.

Dissemination Activities Report-third year report

EU leader F6S JP leader NTTEReport detailing the dissemination activities performed so far

M-Sec validation and overall evaluation

EU leader TST JP leader WUA report provided at the end of the project that will describe in detail the outcome of the validation and evaluation activities performed during the lifecycle of the project The evaluation will cover a 360 degree approach containing among others userside evaluation from citizens and other enduser stakeholders and technical evaluation and will compare its output to the KPIs defined by the project

M-Sec Requirements Analysis – first version

EU leader: ICCS; JP leader: NII The deliverable will contain an extensive elicitation of user and technical side requirements. It is going to be a live document following as well an iterative approach, this is the first version.

M-Sec Requirements Analysis – final version

EU leader: ICCS; JP leader: NII The deliverable will contain an extensive elicitation of user and technical side requirements. It is going to be a live document following as well an iterative approach. This is the final versión including the updated requirements captured by the different user groups engaged during the pilots.

M-Sec Architecture: Functional and technical specifications – final version

EU leader: ICCS; JP leader: WU Updated full specification and architectural layout of the M-Sec system including the description of the functionalities, UML diagrams, use cases and data model descriptions.

M-Sec pilots definition, setup and citizen involvement plan

EU leader: AYTOSAN; JP leader: NTTE Report providing the concrete definition of the pilots, details on how, when and where they will be set up, and the plan for engaging and committing the participation of the citizens and the stakeholders. This deliverable will also include the procedures and criteria that will be used to identify/recruit research participants, and the informed consent procedures that will be implemented for the participation of humans.

Community Building Plan

EU leader: F6S; JP leader: KEIO Report describing the nature of the community that will be built for M-Sec and the plan with the appropriate measures for realizing this community.

Market Analysis and Exploitation - third year report

EU leader WLI JP leader NTTDMCReport detailing the activities performed so far regarding market analysis and plansreports for exploitation planning related activities

Market Analysis and Exploitation - second year report

EU leader: WLI; JP leader: NTTDMC Report detailing the activities performed so far regarding market analysis and plans/reports for exploitation planning related activities.

M-Sec GDPR compliance assessment report

EU leader: CEA; JP leader: NTTDMC The specific report describes the compliance of the M-Sec findings and approach with European General Data Protection Regulation, dealing with the planning, monitoring and management of ethics issues in M-Sec. This deliverable will be updated whenever changes occur.

M-Sec pilots definition, setup and citizen involvement report – first version

EU leader AYTOSAN JP leader NTTEReport detailing on the outcomes of the pilots level of participation interim results level of participation and feedback captured so as to be a source for changes improvements and updates for the further developments within WP3 and WP4 The document follows an iterative approach this is the first version

M-Sec pilots definition, setup and citizen involvement report – second version

EU leader AYTOSAN JP leader NTTEReport detailing on the outcomes of the pilots level of participation interim results level of participation and feedback captured so as to be a source for changes improvements and updates for the further developments within WP3 and WP4 The document follows an iterative approach this is the final version

Initial Dissemination Plan

EU leader: F6S; JP leader: NTTE Containing the communication activities plan and the audiences to be addressed including the plans to address standardization bodies.

Risks and security elements for a hyper-connected smart city

EU leader: TST; JP leader: KEIO Analysis of threat model, risks and security consideration in the future smart city context along with the technologies and methodologies that can contribute into this direction.

Dissemination Activities Report-second year report

EU leader: F6S; JP leader: NTTE Report detailing the dissemination activities performed so far

M-Sec use cases description

EU leader: TST; JP leader: KEIO The deliverable is going to provide a full analysis of the use cases that will be covered in the M-Sec project. It will describe the different actors/stakeholders involved, the functions and conditions that need to be offered etc. UML diagrams will be provided in order to visualize the use cases.

M-Sec application level security – first version

EU leader: WLI; JP leader: NII The specific deliverable is a prototype – demonstrator that is the outcome of the Task 4.4

M-Sec IoT security layer – first version

EU leader: TST; JP leader: YNU The specific deliverable is a prototype – demonstrator that is the outcome of the Task 4.1.

M-Sec cloud and data level security – first version

EU leader: CEA; JP leader: YNU The specific deliverable is a prototype – demonstrator that is the outcome of the Task 4.2.

M-Sec application level security – final version

EU leader WLI JP leader NIIThe specific deliverable is a prototype demonstrator that is the outcome of the Task 44

M-Sec Online Contest event

EU leader F6S JP leader KEIOOnline contest launch and reporting demonstration of its results outcomes and respective impact

M-Sec Integrated Prototype – final release

EU leader WLI JP leader KEIOA deliverable of a prototypedemonstrator nature It is the outcome of the integration and porting activities of various functional components developed in WP4 as well as third party open source modules into a holistic seamless and fully functional MSec prototype for smart cities The deliverable is going to have two versions following the iterative approach described in section 311 Final release including the latest updates and improvements based on the feedback captured during the pilots

M-Sec overall end-to-end security – final version

EU leader CEA JP leader KEIOThe specific deliverable is a prototype demonstrator that is the outcome of the Task 45

M-Sec Integrated Prototype – first release

EU leader: WLI; JP leader: KEIO A deliverable of a prototype-demonstrator nature. It is the outcome of the integration and porting activities of various functional components developed in WP4 (as well as third party open source modules) into a holistic, seamless and fully functional M-Sec prototype for smart cities. The deliverable is going to have two versions following the iterative approach described in section 3.1.1.

M-Sec overall end-to-end security – first version

EU leader: CEA; JP leader: KEIO The specific deliverable is a prototype – demonstrator that is the outcome of the Task 4.5.

P2P level security and M-Sec blockchains – first version

EU leader: ICCS; JP leader: NII The specific deliverable is a prototype – demonstrator that is the outcome of the Task 4.3

M-Sec IoT security layer – final version

EU leader TST JP leader YNUThe specific deliverable is a prototype demonstrator that is the outcome of the Task 41

P2P level security and M-Sec blockchains – final version

EU leader ICCS JP leader NIIThe specific deliverable is a prototype demonstrator that is the outcome of the Task 43

M-Sec cloud and data level security – final version

EU leader CEA JP leader YNUThe specific deliverable is a prototype demonstrator that is the outcome of the Task 42

Project's Web Site

EU leader: F6S; JP leader: NTTE Website of the Project.

Data Management Plan

EU leader: WLI; JP leader: NTTE The report will outline the data management policy that will be used by the Consortium with regards to all the datasets that will be generated by the project. Any updates to the initial plan for the Open Research Data Policy will be provided in periodic Project Management reports.

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Publications

A Graph Model Based Blockchain Implementation for Increasing Performance and Security in Decentralized Ledger Systems

Author(s): Konstantinos Tsoulias, Georgios Palaiokrassas, Georgios Fragkos, Antonios Litke, Theodora A. Varvarigou
Published in: IEEE Access, 8, 2020, Page(s) 130952-130965, ISSN 2169-3536
Publisher: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.
DOI: 10.1109/access.2020.3006383

A Methodology for Generating Systems Architectural Glimpse Statements Using the 5W1H Maxim

Author(s): Orfefs Voutyras, Aamir H. Bokhari, Akira Tsuge, Georgios Palaiokrassas, Takafumi Kawasaki, Xavier Cases-Camats, Jin Nakazawa, Antonios Litke, Tadashi Okoshi, Theodora Varvarigou
Published in: Computers, 10/10, 2021, Page(s) 131, ISSN 2073-431X
Publisher: Computers 2021
DOI: 10.3390/computers10100131

Combining Blockchains, Smart Contracts, and Complex Sensors Management Platform for Hyper-Connected SmartCities: An IoT Data Marketplace Use Case

Author(s): Georgios Palaiokrassas, Petros Skoufis, Orfefs Voutyras, Takafumi Kawasaki, Mathieu Gallissot, Radhouene Azzabi, Akira Tsuge, Antonios Litke, Tadashi Okoshi, Jin Nakazawa, Theodora Varvarigou
Published in: Computers, 10/10, 2021, Page(s) 133, ISSN 2073-431X
Publisher: Computers 2021
DOI: 10.3390/computers10100133

QuietPlace: An Ultrasound-Based Proof of Location Protocol with Strong Identities

Author(s): Dimitrios Kounas, Orfefs Voutyras, Georgios Palaiokrassas, Antonios Litke, Theodora Varvarigou
Published in: Applied System Innovation, 3/2, 2020, Page(s) 19, ISSN 2571-5577
Publisher: Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute (MDPI)
DOI: 10.3390/asi3020019

SmileCityReport: Emotion-aware Participatory Sensing for Smart Cities with Double-sided Photo Shooting

Author(s): Wataru Sasaki, Yusaku Eigen, Arturo Medela, Antonis Litke, Vanessa Clemente Nunez, Tadashi Okoshi, Jin Nakazawa
Published in: 2020 IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications Workshops (PerCom Workshops), 2020, Page(s) 1-6, ISBN 978-1-7281-4716-1
Publisher: IEEE
DOI: 10.1109/percomworkshops48775.2020.9156159

Reversing Smart Contracts with Ghidra (2021)

Author(s): A. De La Piedra Ghidra-EVM
Published in: BlackHat Asia 2021, 2021
Publisher: BlackHat Asia 2021

SOXCollaborator: A Bridge System to Realize Open-Data Commerce by Collaborating with SOXFire and Blockchain Marketplace

Author(s): Takafumi Kawasaki, Georgios Palaiokrassas, Akira Tsuge, Tadashi Okoshi, Antonis Litke, Jin Nakazawa
Published in: Information Processing Society of Japan, 17, 1 - 7, 2021, ISSN 2188-8604
Publisher: Information Processing Society of Japan