The ETSI Security Week 2019 took place the week of 17-21 June 2019.

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This year, the ETSI Security Week continued debating different aspects of cybersecurity.

  • We first set the scene with the Cyber Security Landscape on 17 June
  • then on Policy Actions on 18 June
  • The Artificial Intelligence thread focused on the security angle to AI, completing the ETSI’s April AI Summit, on 19 June.
  • And we discussed how security can keep pace with the rapid change of technology, networks and society on 20-21 June
  • We hosted a Hackathon event on the new Middlebox Security Protocol standards on 20-21 June 2019
  • Last we ran “ETSI Explainer” sessions every day. These are half-hour sessions where one could learn about ETSI’s latest work on hot security topics in depth.

As with last year, ETSI reached out to research projects and display their results, posters and demos – on the topics of security.
These were on display in the lobby and networking areas.

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Poster Sessions and Demonstrations were accessible during the networking breaks of the entire ETSI Security Week. 

Poster Sessions:

  • The Triumvirate of Protection
    Alexander Cadzow, Cadzow Communications Consulting Ltd (C3L)
  • ARAP – Arabic Author Profiling for Cyber Security
    Anis Charfi, Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar
  • ENACT: Development, Operation, and Quality Assurance of Trustworthy Smart IoT Systems
    Nicolas Ferry, SINTEF
    Detlef Houdeau, INFINEON
  • Artificial Intelligence and Cybersecurity
    Simeon Kakpovi, Judge Business School, University of Cambridge
  • Misbehavior Detection Architecture For C-ITS
    Joseph Kamel, IRT-SystemX
  • SECREDAS​: Product Security for Cross Domain Reliable Dependable Automated Systems
    Ian Oliver, Nokia Bell Labs
  • Make your users get it: A freely available, user-centred, harmonized and accessible reference terminology for current and upcoming ICT devices, services and applications – in five languages (ETSI STF540)
    Bruno VonNiman, ETSI STF540 Leader
  • FutureTPM and Quantum-Resistant Network Device Management
    Wei Liu, Huawei 
  • project: supporting cybersecurity standardisation
    Wolfgang Ziegler, Fraunhofer-Institute for Algorithms and Scientific Computing (SCAI)     


  • Trusted Slicing and Attestation
    Ian OLIVER, Nokia Bell Labs
  • P-SCAN, Known Vulnerabilities Scanning in the context of Cybersecurity Act regulation
    Jérome Hamel, 7Layers

ETSI Explainers are half-hour lunchtime sessions where one could learn about ETSI’s latest work on hot security topics in depth.

Click here to access the Explainer Presentations given during the ETSI Security Week.

Monday 17 June
Overview of Quantum-Safe VPNs & Migration to a QSC Future
Mark Pecen & Scott Cadzow, TC CYBER WG QSC

Tuesday 18 June
CYBER IoT Consumer Security
Jasper Pandza, TC CYBER

TC SCP: Smart Secure Platform
Stephane Bandin, Vice Chair SCP Tec

Wednesday 19 June
ETSI Permissioned Distributed Ledger (PDL)– An Open Approach to DLT Operations
Antonio Pastor, ISG PDL

Thursday 20 June
An Introduction Security and Access Privileges in oneM2M Release 3
Enrico Scarrone, oneM2M

SmartM2M IoT Security
Scott Cadzow, STF 547

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