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Security Lab

Street
Avda. Universidad 30
ZIP Code
28911
City
Leganes, Madrid
Country
Spain


Company Profile:
The Security Lab is a research group in the Department of Computer Science at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. The lab has around 15 members, including faculty staff, postdocs, research associates, and PhD students, and is headed by Professor Arturo Ribagorda.

Our current research lines include RFID security, smartphone security, computer forensics, data leakage prevention, security in VANETs, and applied cryptography.
Profiltitel

Data leakage prevention (DLP) technologies

What we offer:
We have experience in modelling and evaluating DLP solutions for various application sectors. In the last years we have worked on defensive mechanisms to avoid information leakage (including dynamic and flexible access control mechanisms, use of decoys and other detection systems, etc) and on assessing the security of current DLP solutions (evasion attacks, masqueraders, anti-forensics techniques, etc.)

What we are looking for:
We look for companies and research groups interested in technical collaborations, either for commercial purposes or for establishing consortia in future national and international R&D opportunities.

Keywords:
  • Computer Security
  • Defence


Responsible

Mr Dr Juan Tapiador

Mr Dr Pedro Peris

Mr Dr Arturo Ribagorda

Mr Dr Julio Cesar Hernandez Castro

Mr Dr Ana Isabel Gonzalez-Tablas

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RFID and Implantable Medical Devices (IMD) security

What we offer:
We have designed and implemented a number of security schemes to guarantee essential security properties in RFID systems, including authentication between tags and readers and ownership transfer. We have experience in the design of tailored solutions for supply chain management and anti-counterfeiting systems.

We have expertise in the health-care sector, in which efficient and secure solutions are demanded. We have dealt with RFID in medical applications such as tracking of medical equipment, patient safety and drug management systems. On the other hand, we are in the era in which Implantable Medical Devices (IMDs) such as pacemakers, insulin pumps, or neurostimulators run intricate software - performing complex analysis and supporting sophisticated decision-making capabilities -, store detailed personal information, and can communicate automatically, remotely and wireless. We have expertise in the design of secure and privacy solutions for IMDs, which can save lives but also pose enormous security and privacy risks.

What we are looking for:
We look for companies and research groups interested in technical collaborations, either for commercial purposes or for establishing consortia in future national and international R&D opportunities.

Keywords:
  • Traffic & Transport Security
  • Computer Security
  • Emergencies
  • Defence


Responsible

Mr Dr Juan Tapiador

Mr Dr Pedro Peris

Mr Dr Arturo Ribagorda

Mr Dr Julio Cesar Hernandez Castro

Mr Dr Ana Isabel Gonzalez-Tablas

Profiltitel

Behavioural monitoring of smartphones

What we offer:
We are designing a number of security components tailored to monitor app and smartphone behaviour and detect security breaches or potentially malicious activities. Our schemes rely both on local analysis performed in the device and support given by cloud services. Our activities so far focus on the detection of malware and grayware, particularly for iOS and Android.

What we are looking for:
We look for companies and research groups interested in technical collaborations, either for commercial purposes or for establishing consortia in future national and international R&D opportunities.

Keywords:
  • Computer Security
  • Defence


Responsible

Mr Dr Juan Tapiador

Mr Dr Pedro Peris

Mr Dr Arturo Ribagorda

Mr Dr Julio Cesar Hernandez Castro

Mr Dr Ana Isabel Gonzalez-Tablas

Profiltitel

Privacy-respectful security solutions for vehicular environments and location-based services

What we offer:
Our technology has as goal to offer companies and public authorities the possibility to apply information and communication technologies to ensure and satisfy critical goals in areas such as road safety, enforcement, auto-regulated traffic control and identification and prosecution of road offenders.

We have developed technologies in the following areas:

- Application of ITS (Intelligent Transportation Systems) to the telematic Traffic-to-Vehicle fine notification with guarantees of non-repudiation of reception and access

- Application of ITS and anonymous credential systems to privacy-preserving verification of vehicle and driver authorizations

- Application of VANETs (Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks) to the generation and verification of witness-based evidences about the behavior of surrounding vehicles

- Mechanisms to hinder false event warning dissemination

Additionally, we have developed technology that allows the generation and retrieval of SAML and X.509 location certificates. Our solution is compatible with several localization technologies (GSM, UMTS, GPS, RFID, etc.) and guarantees a user-managed access control of the certificates based on the location of both the requester and the target user/device. Based on this technology, we have developed a product that allows the generation and verification of accountable evidences about the location and time where a subject generates an electronic signature using a mobile device.

What we are looking for:
We look for companies and research groups interested in technical collaborations, either for commercial purposes or for establishing consortia in future national and international R&D opportunities.

Keywords:
  • Traffic & Transport Security
  • Computer Security
  • Emergencies
  • Defence


Responsible

Mr Dr Juan Tapiador

Mr Dr Pedro Peris

Mr Dr Arturo Ribagorda

Mr Dr Julio Cesar Hernandez Castro

Mr Dr Ana Isabel Gonzalez-Tablas

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