In November 2014 the ECOSSIAN partners met for a technical meeting, which was hosted by partner Poste Italiane. The Consortium could look back at a quite successful first half year and make plans for the further project progress. The meeting was started off with ensuring that all partners have a common understanding of the overarching goal and show strong commitment for a "guiding European use case". Several work packages were kicked-off and important and constructive progress discussions that are essential for the further development of the project took place.
We are proud to announce that AIT has already reported 3 publications within the first few months of the ECOSSIAN project:
- Semi-Synthetic Data Set Generation for Security Software Evaluation, IEEE, 2014 (published)
- Trusted information sharing for Cyber Situational Awareness, Springer (submitted)
- Combating Advanced Persistent Threats: From Network Event Correlation to Incident Detection, Elsevier, 2014 (published)