Implementation of an infrastructure for the ASI (advanced security infrastructure)

E-corridor Partner (CEA) has implemented an infrastructure for the ASI, and a component  that provides fully homomorphic encryption (FHE) schemes running in this infrastructure.

The ASI (advanced security infrastructure) is the component that provides advanced cryptographic algorithms needed to the security of the whole E-CORRIDOR framework. Several sub-components are planned to run on this infrastructure, the FHE provider being one of them.

Fully homomorphic encryption (FHE) is a recent cryptographic technique that allows to encrypt (and decrypt) data in a way such that a remote server can compute on this encrypted data and output an encrypted result without knowing neither the data no this result in clear.


E-Corridor Updates

  1. UPEC have submitted a conference paper for IEEE CASE titled "Hybrid approach for anticipating human activities in Ambient Intelligence environments".
    They are planning to submit another conference paper on the AT pilot to ACM Applied Computing (SAC) by September 2022.
  2. CEA is defining the role of a server that provides a solution to compute on encrypted data for industrial people.
  3. CEA has implemented an infrastructure for the ASI, and a component  that provides fully homomorphic encryption (FHE) schemes running in this infrastructure.
  4. CEA has implemented two IAI components (driving license checker, and IP blacklister) that interact with the ASI to compute on homomorphically encrypted data.
  5. CEA has designed a protocol to address a pilot use-case with ABE. This protocol allows or not a transaction between a passenger and a transport company according to a policy based on passenger's attributes.
  6. CEA has made three submissions for talks at the workshop IWPS HTS of the ARES conference, aboute solutions to address use-cases with FHE and ABE in contexts related with transports. 
  7. E-CORRIDOR is organizing the International Workshop on Privacy and Security of Multi-Modal Transport Systems (IWPSMTS 2022) that will be held on August 23 2022 in conjunction with the 17th International Conference on Availability, Reliability and Security  https://www.ares-conference.eu/workshops-eu-symposium/iwpsmts-2022/. IWPSMTS’22 aims at disseminating and exchange ideas on all the security aspects involving multi-modal transport services.