Manufacturing companies believe that optimising internal logistics operations is an important lever for maintaining competitiveness. In a series of blogs, we take a closer look at the different challenges and potential solutions, AGVs in particular. In order to provide a framework for driverless automated industrial trucks, the brand new ISO 3691-4:2020 standard details the necessary requirements to guarantee operator safety.

As mobile services and applications are gaining importance, the vulnerabilities of mobile apps come into light. In this article, we take a closer look at the Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) Mobile Top 10 vulnerabilities and classify them into four simple rules in order to gain insight and learn how to apply them. You will never forget even one of the Top 10 after reading this!

The Interreg-project Factory 4.0 newsletters will keep you informed about the progress, events and testimonials within the project. An overview of the news collected in April.

Is your company cyber-safe? Can you outsmart ever smarter hackers? Icity.brussels will host a meetup on 15 November to help you find out how to best protect your business and learn about the support you can get from the local experts.

Thanks to the awareness of the collaborative innovation potential across different cybersecurity domains, gained through the SeCloud project, Sirris will set up, together with partners from the strategic platform SecurIT, Brussels Initiative on Cybersecurity Innovation (BICI). This operational initiative will promote and advance collaborative innovation in cybersecurity.

The Flemish government is again releasing € 3.5 million for ‘industry 4.0 living labs’. You can also take advantage of this! Network and Information Systems (NIS) security and cybersecurity are necessary for many existing and future services, from industry to government, although much remains to be done. This living lab deals with the practical application of the NIS directives for the security of industrial communication networks via AI.

Now that more and more devices are connected to the Internet and to other devices, collecting data, their influence on our safety is increasing and the importance of securing information systems - IoT systems in particular - is growing. Strong, verifiable device identity is therefore crucial, as protection of confidentiality, integrity and availability of information exchanged within an IoT system hinges on it. Establishing and protecting device identity is paramount, hardware plays a vital part in this.

On 19 October Brussels will host the Digital First event, a leading conference for the digitalisation business. The purpose of the event is exploring the latest technologies, the newest wave of technological adoption, market evolution, new solutions, innovative technology, new opportunities and trends.

During the third SeCloud Brokerage Event on data security, which takes place on 29 March, XAOP will present a holistic approach to security monitoring in the cloud.

During the third SeCloud Brokerage Event on data security, which takes place on 29 March, Veronika Kuchta of ULB/QualSec will present a post-quantum construction of a leakage-resilient fully homomorphic identity-based encryption.