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About the IoTSec Initiative +The IoTSec - Security in IoT for Smart Grids initiative was established in 2015 to promote the development of a safe and secure Internet-of-Things (IoT)-enabled smart power grid infrastructure. The Research Project received funding from the Research Council of Norway (RCN) to contribute to a safe information society.  +
Article3000 +In this paper we investigate the usage of cognitive radio devices within the service area of TV broadcast stations. Until now the main approach for a cognitive radio to operate in the TV bands has been to register TV broadcast stations locations and thus protecting the broadcast stations service area. Through information about TV receivers location, we show that a cognitive radio should be able to operate within this service area without causing harmful interference to the TV receivers as defined by Ofcom and FCC. We provide simulations based on real statistics from Norway that show that especially in rural areas TV receiver registration can provide a substantial gain in terms of exploitable frequencies for a cognitive radio.  +


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IoT threats +Threats addressing the IoT Ecosystem include * Cyber attack * Privacy invasion  +
IoTSec Facts +The IoTSec initiative runs from 1Oct2015 until 30Sep2020 Starting with 10 founding partners, the initiative has grown to 19 partners within the first three months. Main outcome: * Driving research on future directions of Security and Privacy in IoT * Building the national Smart Grid Security Centre ''Follow us'' on twitter #IoTSecNO and #IoTSec <br /> ''Contact us'' through @IoTSecNO or through parnters <br /> ''Join us'' in the open collaboration for security in IoT  +


Research Topics +Research topics include * Semantic modelling and provability * Measurable Security and Privacy * Adaptive Security  +


TEK4100 +This course provides the basic theory of digital communications and the most common digital communications techniques.  +
TEK4120 +All about GSM, UMTS, and LTE. Includes radio, modulation, coding, security, protocols, and applications  +
TEK4500 +To provide a basic introduction to central aspects of symmetric and asymmetric cryptography  +
TEK5020 +This course provides the mechanisms for classification and pattern recognition.  +
TEK5050 +This course provides an overview over remote sensing based optical and infrared methods.  +
TEK5100 +The course focusses on state-of-the-art technologies within the area of mobility in Internet, especially ad hoc networking.  +
TEK5110 +The course provides knowledge on how to build networks, based on radio characteristics, mobile and wireless systems, propagation characteristics. Hands-on experiences with radio communications are used to complement the theory. Likewise, a practical introduction to network monitoring and control is given, both from a theoretical point of view, and from a practical implementation.  +
TEK5120 +The course introduces SOA, a service architecture which is driven by the services.  +
TEK5130 +The course will provide an appropriate background in satellite communications and satellite broadcast engineering.  +
TEK5140 +The course covers antennas and radiowave propagation in the frequenc range of about 100 MHZ to 300 GHz.  +
TEK5150 +This course provides the basics of radar technology  +
TEK5160 +This course introduces radar-based remote sensing from space.  +
TEK5370 +Course content The course will provide an overview of the Nordic power Grid and its expected development. The starting point is the set of physical law that governs the power transfer in the grid. The course will also provide an overview of the organization of the grid, its control and dynamics. The grid is in a transitional phase, from centralized production of power, to a more varied structure including distributed power generation from renewable sources and storage. This presents a set of challenges that must be addressed with technology advances like smart grid and micro grids. The grid is likely to transition from centralized, closed control to a more dynamic and distributed control based on local sensors. This transition will materialize first in the distribution network where new sensors and smart meters offers opportunities for improved detailed and timely information on production, storage, and usage. The increased distributed control represents a challenge towards ensuring stability in the grid.  +
TEK5500 +Encryption and key distributions in mobile and wireless networks on all layers  +
TEK5510 +The course introduces the concept of security in operating system and software, and gives a brief overview of applications of cryptography.  +
TEK5520 +This course introduces the principles of sensor networks, and has special focus on security measures of sensor networks  +
TEK5530 +The course provides a methodology for measurable security, privacy, and dependability of industrial systems. Based on e.g. a smart grid example we will establish and develop the methodology to perform a multi-metrics analysis from components to sub-systems to systems. The course will allow you to compare security-related application goals with the results from the system analysis.  +
TEK5600 +The course presents methods for visualization of data  +
TEK9100 +This PhD course addresses selected topics  +
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