International Cooperation between European Union and Brazil in ICT Trust and Security. Presented by: James Clarke, Waterford IT, Ireland 6 th October, 2010. Our location in Ireland. My session agenda:. Part 1. Objectives and ways moving forward (15’)
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International Cooperation between European Union and Brazil in ICT Trust and Security
Presented by: James Clarke, Waterford IT, Ireland
6th October, 2010
Our location in Ireland
My session agenda:
My session agenda:
wrap up (30’).
present objectives of INCO-TRUST and BiC (Building International Cooperation, starts 1 January 2011);
Outline scope of the projects and how Brazil can cooperate pro-actively;
indicate what has been done already between EU and Brazil in trust and security
indicate an initial roadmap of the main activities for the next 12 months, indicate how the audience can contribute / get involved.
INCO-TRUST and BiC
Intl Co-operation in Trustworthy, Secure and Dependable Infrastructures
Building International Co-operation for Trustworthy ICT (Jan. 2011)
Post Quantum cryptography (PQC) between leading Brazilian and European research centres (mainly student exchanges)
Increasing governmental and industrial interest in seeing Brazil – EU collaboration
Based on expertise in these topics, Brazil has already been identified for close coooperation with EU researchers in Security, Privacy and Trust.
What kind of collaborations can be established?(from BR-EU WS Sept. ’09)
Lightweight and Post quantum cryptography esp. for low power devices;
Trust and Security of wireless sensor and actuator networks; how to measure and quantify trust in these environments; protection against physical attacks
Information Security Management for Large Scale e-Government. Identity management and provisioning; application – oriented protocols;
Security and privacy – lot of work in the EU about this (eg. Minimum disclosure, data minimisation) and it could be very complimentary with Brazil;
Panelists agreed there are certainly additional research topics that could be further explored between Brazilian and EU researchers.
This event outputs were used to form a basis of the current EU-Brazil call of the FP7 Work programme launched last week in ICT 2010
More information available at:http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ict/
According to the speaker at the EU-Brazil networking session at ICT 2010, a future EU – Brazil Information day is being planned for later to be held in Brazil (dates TBD).
What has been done already with EU-Brazil:
BR-EU WS ‘09
EU – Brazil Activities
Roadmap of next year and how Brazil contributes:
ICT 2010 and this event
EU – Brazil Activities
EU-Global Trust and Security Alignment report will feed into INCO-TRUST recommendations report.
BiC EU – Brazil Workshop May 2011 (TBD)
Previous workshops and EU-BR activities
Deadline EU-Brazil Joint call
BiC EU – Global Trustworthy ICT event mid 2011
Invite other speakers eg. Prof. Priscila Solis Barreto to give a few slides on relevant trust and security topics
And anyone else?
Future Internet Experimental Facilities
Future Internet Trust and Security
Networked Systems and Control
Facilities for private investments in broadband infrastructure.
The government will focus in collective access and in minimizing regional and social disparities promote the Information Society for all citizens
Why Internet Trust and Security is an ICT Priority for Brazil ?
Why a Broadband Access Plan is important in Brazil
For digital inclusion, citizens MUST TRUST the environments : this cannot be based solely on technology , a trusted system should incorporate technological, social and legal guarantees.
Solutions that are globally relevant will have the greatest impact and hence the longer benefit international cooperation is mandatory
The Coordinated Call between European Union and Brazil was released on 28th September 2010
http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/dc/index.cfm?fuseaction=UserSite.CooperationDetailsCallPage&call_id=377The call was also released in Brazil under a call for proposals issued by CNPq http://www.cnpq.br/editais/ct/2010/066.htm (in Portuguese)
The main highlights of the call text are: 1. Call deadline is 18 January 2011 at 17:00CET;2. Maximum budget is 1.5M€ EU contribution (although there was a strong hint it would only be 1M€ EU Contribution since there is 5M € EU available & 5 topics;3. Part B of the proposal describes two projects in one document - the EU FP7 aspects and the Brazil aspects; - The document is submitted to both authorities on the same day; - The document needs to be submitted in English in EU/Portuguese in Brazil; - The projects will share a common title and acronym;
- Both projects must score well to succeed;
- a project without a Brazilian partner or vice versa without EU partner will not qualify;4. Two Part A's: the EU side will only contain details of the EU budget and partners / similarly in Brazil;
There is clear scope for Brazil – EU cooperation on Future Internet, specifically in the areas of ICT Trust and Security;
There is now a Joint call for EU-Brazil, which is a very good opportunity for the research communities;
We look forward to working together.