nIoVe Stakeholder Requirements

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nIoVe's team is glad to announce the launching of surveys concerning cybersecurity, privacy, and user requirements on the Internet-of-Vehicle (IoV) ecosystem focusing on Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CAVs).If you are a Cybersecurity expert, Public Transportation Authority or Smart City Administrator, an Autonomous vehicles manufacturer, or a p...
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Identity Management in Internet of Vehicles based on Distributed Ledger Technology

Author: Jan LauingerEdited by: Mohammad Hamad, Sebastian SteinhorstDate: April 30, 2021 1. Introduction With the rise of technology in the automotive industry, vehicles are more and more connected to the cloud and road side infrastructure, thus, defining the term "Internet of Vehicles" (IoV). In addition to that, environment sensing, enab...
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Using honeypots as an additional layer of security against cyber threats in autonomous vehicles' infrastructure

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Author: Athanasios Papadakis / Edited by Kristina Livitckaia The autonomous vehicle (AV) ecosystem creates a rapidly emerging domain of advanced research, entrepreneurship, and innovation. Autonomous vehicles range from individual cars to taxis and shuttles and facilitate massive public autonomous transport services development. With the fact that ...
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nIoVe Project - Virtualized Honeypots and Honeyfarm Demonstration

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 This demonstration shows how the nIoVe operator configures and deploys a virtualized HoneyFarm to a vehicle. The deployed virtual infrastructure is able to capture attack propagation trends through an integrated monitor tool (Wazuh) and analyze the attack mechanisms and behavior of the attackers.

Welcome to nIoVe

nIoVe project is a 36 months European project, co-founded by the European Union's Horizon 2020. nIoVe brings together European excellence in order to build an innovative cybersecurity of CAVs and IoV ecosystem solution to support automotive manufacturers and transport providers. The Consortium is highly interdisciplinary and trans-national. It cons...
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Automated public transportation: Delivering smart and sustainable mobility

With their upcoming autonomous driving laws, France and Germany are leading the way in bringing L4 applications such as driverless Shuttles from the experimental stage into regular operation. Building on these national approaches, a successful development and market launch of automated public transport in Europe requires a dedicated legal fram...
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Open Research Europe

The Open Research Europe (ORE) platform has recently been officially launched. The ORE platform is an open access publishing platform for scientific articles that present the results of research funded by Horizon 2020, and soon Horizon Europe. ORE publishes articles categorized in six subject areas: Natural Sciences, Engineering and Technology, Med...
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SPPS: Secure Policy-based Publish/Subscribe System for V2C Communication

Mohammad Hamad∗ , Emanuel Regnath∗ , Jan Lauinger∗ , Vassilis Prevelakis and Sebastian Steinhorst Technical University of Munich, Germany. "SPPS: Secure Policy-based Publish/Subscribe System for V2C Communication" paper was presented at the date21 conference today.The paper proposes a secure Pub/Sub system to ensure end-to-end secure communication ...
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Advanced Cybersecurity Approaches for Connected, Automated and Electric Vehicles

On Sunday 20/9/2020 (9:00 - 16:00 EEST), the workshop "Advanced Cybersecurity Approaches for connected, automated and electric vehicles" (https://cybersec-itsc2020.isi.gr/) is organized on the framework of the 23rd IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems. The workshop includes only invited speeches from EU projects (nIoV...
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Designing Connected and Automated Vehicles around Legal and Ethical Concerns – Data Protection as a Corporate Social Responsibility

ICT Legal Consulting participated in the Workshop on AI, Law and Ethics on September 3, 2020, hosted by the 11th Hellenic Conference on AI special events section. The panel talked about the nIoVe Project during the presentation.

2nd Plenary Meeting

The second plenary meeting of nIoVe project took place on the 5th and 6th of May 2020. The partners discussed the main activities that have been completed by the end of the 1st year of the project. The main technical achievements were introduced, and the partners decided about the next steps of the project.

First Plenary Meeting

The first plenary meeting of nIoVe project took place at RISE Institutes of Sweden on the 2nd and 3rd of September. The partners discussed the main activities that must be completed by the end of the 1st year of the project. At the end of the meeting and after a good collaboration between the partners, the consortium had an overview of the project ...
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Kick-Off Meeting

The Kick-Off Meeting of nIoVe's project was held in CERTH, Thessaloniki during the 20th-21st of May 2019. The project organizational structure, work packages, tasks and deliverables where presented and described. The partners introduced their organizations and described their role in the project. The next meeting of the Consortium will be held in G...
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