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DOGANA at ARES 2017

Written by Enrico Frumento, CEFRIEL


Enrico Frumento (CEFRIEL), Angelo Consoli (SUPSI), Federica Freschi (CEFRIEL) and Davide Andreoletti (SUPSI) presented DOGANA (with the talk about the paper "Victim Communication Stack: A flexible model to select the Human Attack Vector") at the 12th International Conference on Availability, Reliability and Security (“ARES – The International Dependability Conference”), Reggio Calabria, Italy, August 29 - September 1, 2017. ARES brought together researchers and practitioners in the area of dependability. ARES highlighted the various aspects of dependability – with special focus on the crucial linkage between availability, reliability and security.

Slides of this talk are available in this article.

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DOGANA at "OpenDays 4 OpenMinds" and at "Immaginare mondi: l'alieno e l'altrove"

Written by Matteo Mauri, CNIT


DOGANA and its competition "Contraband Pixels and Texts" have been presented during two events at the end of April.
On April 21th Matteo Mauri and Davide Ariu (CNIT) presented the project's activities to college and BSc students during OpenDays 4 OpenMinds (Cagliari - Italy). CNIT also promoted DOGANA and its competition at the international conference on comics, science & literature
"Immaginare mondi, l'alieno e l'altrove"(Cagliari - Italy, April 19-22). Photogalleries of these events are available in this article.

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DOGANA at ITS Romania Congress 2016 and at Mobihealth 2016

Written by Matteo Mauri, CNIT


Two other prestigious international events have involved DOGANA during the month of November.
On November 3th Florin Dragomir (RATB) gave the talk “Vulnerability Asessment of ITS, DOGANA Project” at ITS Romania Congress 2016 (Bucharest - Romania).
On November 15th Enrico Frumento (CEFRIEL) has been keynote speaker, presenting DOGANA with his speech ("How To Make It Happen"), at Mobihealth 2016 (Milan - Italy). Photogallery, slides and agenda of these events are available in this article.

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DOGANA around Europe

Written by Matteo Mauri, CNIT

During October DOGANA traveled a lot. Our project has been presented in several European top-conferences in the computer security field.
Copenhagen - Denmark, Manno and Lugano - Switzerland, Vienna - Austria.
Six events attended and sponsored by several stakeholders and influencing actors in the fight against cybercrime...Deloitte, Trend Micro, IMB, Ericsson, Danish Ministry of defence, US Embassy to Denmark...

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CNIT and DOGANA at SINNOVA 2016

Written by Matteo Mauri, CNIT

SINNOVA is the most important sardinian exhibition dedicated to innovation, organized every year in Cagliari (Italy). More than 150 exhibitors, among innovative ICT companies, universities, investors, present their products and the results of their research activities.
The 4th SINNOVA edition took place in Cagliari (6-7 October) and has been visited by more than 5000 guests.
During SINNOVA 2016, CNIT (represented by Matteo Mauri and Davide Ariu, PRA Lab) presented its activities on Computer Security and the DOGANA project.
Pictures of the event are available in this article.

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The dark side of Open Data. DOGANA presented during KDWeb 2016, International Workshop on Knowledge Discovery

Written by Matteo Mauri, CNIT

KDWEB - Knowledge Discovery on the Web is an International Workshop dedicated to researchers, scientists, students, and practitioners involved in the fields of Knowledge Discovery on Data Mining, Information Retrieval, and Semantic Web. KDWEB 2016 (September 8-10, Cagliari, Italy) contributed to discuss and compare suitable novel solutions based on intelligent techniques and applied in real-world applications.
During the workshop Matteo Mauri and Alessio Mulas (CNIT) showed DOGANA's goals and an attack scenario based on Social Engineering techniques, presenting the paper "The dark side of open data" and its related poster.
Pictures of the event and poster preview available.

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The age of human hacking. DOGANA presented during BTIA 2016, International Summer School on computer security and privacy

Written by Matteo Mauri, CNIT


The University of Cagliari organized the 4th edition of Building Trust in the Information Age (September 5-9, 2016, Sardegna Ricerche, Pula, Italy), International Summer School on computer security and privacy. The school aims at providing a quite accurate overview of the current scenario, and draw future directions for research activities and good practices.
During the school Enrico Frumento (CEFRIEL) presented DOGANA's goals and Social Engineering trends, giving the lecture "The age of human hacking, Unconventional attacks through the human component of security".
Pictures of the event and media coverage available.

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DOGANA presented at Sant'Anna University - Pisa

Written by Matteo Mauri, CNIT


The university of Pisa "Sant'Anna - Scuola Universitaria Superiore" hosted for its students the course "Introduction to Cyber Security - Introduzione alla Cyber Security" (from July 4, 2016, to July 8). During his lesson Davide Ariu (CNIT), invited lecturer, presented DOGANA and social engineering's current trends.
Slides of the talk are available in this article.

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DOGANA presented at SAVE Workshop

Written by Matteo Mauri, CNIT

Enrico Frumento (CEFRIEL) and Marc Busch (AIT) gave a talk on Social Engineering and SE 2.0 within the International Workshop Social Engineering – Manipulation of Employees through IT-Systems, that took place in Copenhagen, February 29th. During their speech, they presented the DOGANA's project objectives.

Slides of the talk are available in this article.

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DOGANA announced at Security Summit - Cagliari 2015

Written by Matteo Mauri, CNIT 

Security Summit is the event dedicated to security information and information systems, which registered an amazing success during last years’ editions thanks to in depth examinations on the most important technologies for ICT security and high value contents. Security Summit - Cagliari was organized by CLUSIT, The Italian Association for Information Security and Astrea. It took place on July 8, Tiscali Auditorium, Cagliari, 9 a.m - 18 p.m.
During the summit, Davide Ariu has briefly announced the forthcoming kick-off of the DOGANA project.
Pictures of the event are available in this article.

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme, under grant agreement No. 653618