RSTI awarded in the National Cybersecurity Research Conference (JNIC 2019)

JNIC is a scientific congress that promotes contact, exchange and discussion of ideas, knowledge and experiences between the academic and research network on the one hand, and professionals and companies on the other. It allow to be aware of  the latest scientific advances in the field and promotes a discussion forum in which to present perspectives and innovative approaches in cybersecurity, enabling the connection between research and innovative action and the development of products and services of value for society.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Conference focus on three fundamental areas: Research in Cybersecurity, Teaching and Educational Innovation in Cybersecurity and Technology Transfer.

       

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

RSTI members Víctor A. Villagrá, Xavier Larriva, as well as MsC student Fernando Monje and the former member Gregorio López have presented 5 contributions to this conference:

  • Evaluación de características de fuentes de datos en ciberseguridad para su aplicabilidad a algoritmos de aprendizaje basados en redes neuronales. Xavier Larriva Novo, Mario Vega Barbas, Víctor Villagrá, Mario Sanz
  • Diseño de actividad lúdica orientada a la enseñanza de métodos y técnicas de OSINT. Miguel Páramo, Víctor Villagrá
  • Design and Development of a Translation and Enforcement Module for Cybersecurity Policies. Fernando Monje Real, Víctor Villagrá
  • Sistema de Cálculo de Riesgo Dinámico en Dominios Administrativos Basado en Ontologías. Fernando Monje Real, Cristina Galván, Raul Riesco, Victor Villagrá
  • CyberHeroes: Aplicación móvil para fomentar el buen uso de la tecnología e Internet en menores. Mario González, Gregorio López, Víctor Villagrá

The contribution “Sistema de Cálculo de Riesgo Dinámico en Dominios Administrativos Basado en Ontologías” was awarded the prize of the best paper in the category of ongoing works.

    

Font Resize