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SUTD and TNO committed to Secure Next Generation Critical Infrastructures

24th November, 2016

Prime Minister of The Netherlands Mark Rutte visited Singapore as part of a trade mission to South East Asia. The Singaporean visit included a Business Round Table where specific partnerships between Singapore and The Netherlands were demonstrated. The Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) and the Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research (TNO) demonstrated their commitment by signing a letter […]

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IoT Security Challenges

1st November, 2016

iTrust Research Director Prof Yuval Elovici was recently featured in OpenGovAsia. In this exclusive interview, Yuval talks about security risks in IoT, and the Research and Security Innovation Lab for IoT. Click here and here to read the full articles.

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CIPRNet Young Cristis Award – Finalist

10th October, 2016

Sridhar Adepu, who worked as a Research Assistant at iTrust and is now pursuing his PhD at SUTD, was shortlisted as one of the 10 finalists for the CIPRNet Young Cristis Award at the 11th International Conference on Critical Information Infrastructures Security (CRITIS), held from October 10–12, 2016 at Paris, France. Congratulations, Sridhar!

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DST Group Australia Visit

30th May, 2016

On the 30th of May 2016, Dr Craig Roger from DST Group Australia, accompanied by personnel from FSTD and Mr Tan Chun Chia from Temasek Laboratory@SUTD, visited iTrust and toured the SWaT testbed. Mr Ivan Lee organised  the tour and explained how researchers at iTrust are using the SWaT testbed to design and assess new methods for defending cyber physical systems […]

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Visit by Rohde & Schwarz Asia

24th May, 2016

COO and President of Rohde & Schwarz Asia Mr Peter Riedel visited iTrust on the 24th of May 2016. He was given an introduction and tour around SWaT and IoT testbeds by Ivan Lee to understand the how research into cyber security defence models can help detect and thwart potential cyber threats to critical infrastructure and smart devices.