The 2nd COST CRYPTACUS WORKSHOP, will take place between 16 and 18 November 2017, at the Radboud University, Nijmegen, The Netherlands․
Registration form is now online․
Internet users are being over-confident about their Personal Data. Its protection is a major challenge in cybersecurity, even to most developped states. On the 'European Day on Data Protection' , UCM researchers analize the threats and challenges of cyberspace.
The RAMSES project is glad to announce a collaboration with a relevant H2020 co-funded project DANTE has started (http://h2020-dante.eu) started. The DANTE project aims to deliver more effective, efficient, automated data mining and analytics solutions and an integrated system to detect, retrieve, collect and analyse huge amount of heterogeneous and complex multimedia and multi-language terrorist-related contents, from both the Surface and the Deep Web, including Dark nets. The focus of the collaboration will be both on the technical side, by taking advantages of lessons learned and knowledge share whenever posible, and on making more robust the spread of awareness towards Law Enforcement Agencies, targeted end users of both projects.
The kick-off meeting was held on Wednesday 5 and Thursday 6 October in Complutense University of Madrid․ The overall objective of RAMSES is to design and develop a holistic, intelligent, scalable and modular platform for Law Enforcement Agencies (LEAs) to facilitate digital Forensic Investigations․ The system will extract, analyze, link and interpret information extracted from Internet related with financially-motivated malware.
The SELFNET project will design and implement an autonomic network management framework to achieve self-organizing capabilities in managing network infrastructures by automatically detecting and mitigating a range of common network problems that are currently still being manually addressed by network operators, thereby significantly reducing operational costs and improving user experience .
Mario Blaum, GASS researcher and member of IBM research department has released a research paper on RAID 5 that has intrigued and baffled our correspondent in equal measure.
GASS research group has developed an intelligent system purposed to time series automatic Classification oriented towards an efficient managing of the supply chain.
A computational record on the ABC conjecture has been achieved by Ismael Jiménez Calvo, researcher of GASS. The ABC conjecture is related to the scarcity of relations of the form A + B = C, where A, B and C are relatively prime positive integers that are divided by high prime powers. The conjecture may be considered as a generalization of the Last Fermat Theorem that forbid the existence of relations of the form xn + yn = zn, with n > 2. Precisely, the ABC conjecture states that, defined the radical R as the product of all primes dividing A, B and C, counted without multiplicity, and the quality of a triple as q = log(C)/log(R), Given an ε > 0, there are only finitely many triples of the form A + B = C with q ≥ 1 + ε. The conjecture has many consequences in number theory. See this notice and this table.