Project Areas
S – Solutions

S1 – Scalable Trust Infrastructures (ended after CROSSING I)

Trust assessment of digital objects and the provision of trustworthy cryptographic keys are the foundation for secure communications. Exiting solutions mostly focus on “hard trust” and only insufficiently link trust to the physical world, making them inadequate for the Internet of Things (IoT). The goal of Project S1 is to provide a foundation for tamper-proof, context-aware and decentralized trust mechanisms for the IoT. This goal will be achieved by leveraging a cross-layer approach for establishing context information, and adapting the consensus guarantees of blockchain technology to make trust information tamper-proof.

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Principal Investigators

  Name Working area(s) Contact
Prof. Matthias Hollick
Secure Mobile Networking
S1
+49 6151 16-25472
S2|20 205
Prof. Max Mühlhäuser
Telecooperation
S1
+49 6151 16-23200
S2|02 A114

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