Paula Cristina Rodrigues

AIDA researchers presented a paper at ACM SAC 2021

AIDA researchers presented a paper at ACM SAC 2021 The AIDA project consortium has published a paper at the 2021 ACM/SIGAPP Symposium on Applied Computing (ACM SAC 2021), which took place online, between March 22 and 26. The article is entitled “Analysis of VM Migration Scheduling as Moving Target Defense against insider attacks”; the paper aims to study the security benefit of shuffling the attacker position in the environment through Moving Target Defense based on Virtual Machine migration (VM-MTD). The results show a significant reduction in the attack success probability when applying VM-MTD. It also presents a comparison between different […]

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CMU team received awards and distinctions

CMU Team received awards and distinctions Over the past weeks, the partners from the Carnegie Mellon University received scientific awards in the fields related to AIDA. Fredkin Professorship in Artificial Intelligence     Christos Faloutsos, in charge of leading the CMU collaboration with the AIDA project, and professor in the Computer Science Department of CMU, received the Fredkin Professorship in Artificial Intelligence during an online event on Thursday, Oct. 22.  His interests include large-scale data mining with an emphasis on graphs and time sequences, anomaly detection, tensors, and fractals. An Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) fellow and an Amazon Scholar, […]

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AIDA partners organized an internal workshop

AIDA partners organized an internal workshop The partners from the University of Coimbra and Carnegie Mellon University organized an internal workshop on October 28 and, entitled “Distribution and Orchestration and Secure Communications”.  This initiative focused on presenting the most recent research developed by both institutions, also allowing the members of both teams to discuss possible collaboration activities within the scope of the AIDA project.

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AIDA has started

AIDA has started The kickoff meeting of the AIDA project took place on May 5 2020 via a virtual platform, with approximately 20 participants from  four academia and industry partners.   The main objective of the $2M project is improving a platform used by Mobileum for integral risk management in companies. This platform ensures revenue, corporate conditions and fraud control for companies. “Managing risks and assuring business continuity, in an interconnected online digital world, where massive amounts of data are exchanged in real time, demands an equally disruptive approach where artificial intelligence, 5G and edge computing, in hybrid cloud architectures are […]

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