• LSEC, the European ICT Security Cluster

    LSEC, the European ICT Security Cluster

    LSEC is the European ICT Security Cluster. Started in 2012 in Belgium, the cluster is now active in different countries in Europe supporting its members Read More
  • Mobile Security Solutions

    Mobile Security Solutions

    Mobile Security Solutions cover a wide range of topics related to the challenges posed by the use of mobile devices in an enterprise or government Read More
  • Cloud Security & SaaSification

    Cloud Security & SaaSification

    Securing the Cloud for effective Enterprise Cloud Computing Read More
  • Cyber Security – Active Defense

    Cyber Security – Active Defense

    Cyber Security has been a main theme for LSEC for almost a decade. The LSEC expertise varies from policies, system integration, tools and technologies, incident Read More
  • Internet of Things

    Internet of Things

    LSEC is supporting IoT technology development, Enterprise IoT and Industrial Internet  The Internet of Things is the internet of connected smart sensors and objects with Read More
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LSEC - Leaders In Security

Welcome to LSEC, an internationally renowned Information security cluster, a not for profit organization that has the objective to promote Information Security and the expertise in BeNeLux and Europe. Founded by the University of Leuven (K.U. Leuven), supported by European Commission FP7 and leading a unique PAN European Private partnership that interacts with Public Institutions, LSEC connects security industry experts, research institutes and universities, government agencies, end users, funding bodies and technical experts who are driving national and European research agendas. LSEC activities aim to raise cyber security awareness, support innovation and competitiveness of the European IT- Security market and promote the visibility of its members.

In 2012, LSEC together with AMETIC (Spain), ADS Group (UK), Cybernetica (Estonia), NSMC - Network Security Monitoring Cluster (Czech Republic) and TeleTrusT – IFIS (Germany), started the organization of the European analysis of the cyber security landscape, for the European Commission.

The FIRE- project helps researchers understand Industry IT- security needs, and helps Industry access the IT- security research that they need. A key part of the project is to get an Industry view of what EU funded research should be focusing on.

FIRE recently issued a Research Agenda, which includes research topics, identifying suggested areas of research that address the main research needs of users. These topics have been validated by the FIRE Advisory Board and at regional validation workshops with over 150 stakeholders from industry, research and administration. A total of 38 research topics meriting EC research funding support have been identified, that address six broad categories of user research need across the Energy, Finance, Health, Government, and Mobile Communications sectors. 

FIRE RESEARCH AGENDA2

Read the full press release here 
Download the Research Agenda here

The International Chambers of Commerce (ICC) Belgium in collaboration with Microsoft, E&Y, LSEC, B-CCENTRE & ISACA, released the original English version of the Belgian Cyber Security Guide in November 2013. The guide is now also available in  French and Dutch. 

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(Please register yourself as a Member in order to be able to download the Guide.)

In a recent discussion with the Belgian Prime Minister's cabinet, it appaers they have forgotten to start executing the planned for cyber security activities. Maybe for the best? Just forgotten, or is there another strategy (or just the lack of a strategy) behind it? 

The recent articles in Datanews - Knack  and Tijd report on the matters. 

Join our public debate, next Monday May 12th, in Brussels. Register  now.

Friday, 11 April 2014 00:00

Heartbleed bleeding internet world

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Researchers of Codenomicon (FI) have discovered a serious flaw - a bug in OpenSSL - known as Heartbleed that affects the security software that runs on about two-thirds of the servers on the internet and could expose user data, including passwords.

For more information and advisory.

 

Survey in the context of the EU funded project CAPITAL.

Do you have 10 minutes for us? Do you want to learn about what are the current and future threats from cyber-space to your activity sector and to influence the future research directions of European programmes?

In the context of European funded research project CAPITAL ( http://www.capital-agenda.eu/ ); we are carrying out a survey to analyse the current and future cyber-threats and risks to organisations like yours and to gather information about current solutions and planned research. If you fill in the survey, then you will also get privileged access to the full survey results!

Our research abides by all European security and privacy laws. Therefore none of the information you provide can be traced back to you or your organisation; all answers will be anonymised, accessed only by the internal partners of CAPITAL, and reported as a consolidated view.

Click here to start the survey: http://capital.atosresearch.eu/node/92

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