HARPOCRATES at ESORICS and CPS4CIP 2023
Researchers Reyhaneh Rabbaninejad and Antonios Michalas from Tampere University (TUNI) presented the HARPOCRATES project at two conferences, ESORICS 2023 and CPS4CIP 2023. These events provided a platform where HARPOCRATES gained visibility and recognition among cybersecurity experts and practitioners.
Reyhaneh Rabbaninejad, representing TUNI, presented the paper “stoRNA: Stateless Transparent Proofs of Storage-time” at the 28th European Symposium on Research in Computer Security (ESORICS) 2023, held at TU Delft in The Hague, Netherlands. ESORICS is a leading European conference in computer security, and Reyhaneh’s participation was a significant moment for TUNI’s involvement in the HARPOCRATES project.
The conference, held from September 25 to 29, provided a platform for cybersecurity experts to exchange knowledge and ideas. Reyhaneh’s presentation showcased TUNI’s contribution to enhancing security in the digital realm, focusing on stateless transparent proofs of storage-time.
For additional information about the ESORICS 2023 conference, please visit the event’s official page: ESORICS 2023.
Co-located with ESORICS 2023 in The Hague, Netherlands, CPS4CIP’23 served as a critical workshop dedicated to cyber-physical security for safeguarding essential infrastructures that support various sectors. These infrastructures, including finance, energy, health, air transport, communication, gas, and water, play a pivotal role in a nation’s security, economy, and public safety.
In an increasingly interconnected digital and physical world, such infrastructures have become more sophisticated and interdependent, making them susceptible to various threats. The CPS4CIP workshop brought together security researchers and practitioners across verticals to rethink cyber-physical security in light of technological advancements such as Cloud Computing, Blockchain, Big Data, Artificial Intelligence (AI), and the Internet of Things (IoT).
TUNI’s involvement in the HARPOCRATES project, focusing on cybersecurity, aligns perfectly with the objectives of CPS4CIP. The university is leading the charge in designing efficient and provably secure Functional Encryption and Hybrid Homomorphic Encryption schemes while also researching novel privacy-preserving machine learning frameworks for input, output, and model privacy.
During CPS4CIP’23, Antonis Michalas showcased the HARPOCRATES project and TUNI’s research work, which centers on designing efficient and provably secure Functional Encryption and Hybrid Homomorphic Encryption schemes, as well as developing innovative privacy-preserving machine learning frameworks for input, output, and model privacy.