We are currently carrying out our own research into data auditability (particularly of decentarlied and distributed data processing systems) and privacy certification models as part of building our privacy-enabling platform technology and would be interested in joining or forming a consortium with other privacy, security or data market-orientated entities who would be interested in one or a combination of the three subtopics: a) Cybersecurity/privacy audit, certification and standardisation, b) Trusted supply chains of ICT systems or c) Designing and developing privacy-friendly and secure software and hardware.
Deadline: 19 November 2019 17:00:00
COST actions enable academic researchers to collaborate across Europe on certain themes via the formation of new networks, and provides funds for certain networking activities for individual members over a 4 year period. Only one candidate per eligible EU member state can receive funding, although others may join at their own expense.
Adaptant is interested in building a public roadmap to help identify and establish new key research areas for enabling privacy and data flow controls at the network “edge” (including Multi-Access Edge Computing, Fog Computing, Cloudlets, and related paradigms). We are looking for candidates to work with us to help shape and pitch for this funding. Interested candidates should have a track record of publications in the privacy field establishing their expertise, have experience in developing public roadmaps and have a strong desire to shape future public policy concerning privacy and technology.