IMPULSE is a proposed universal solution for accessing different public services. A single method of electronic identification must be compatible with all practical cases, regardless of the public service requiring verification. For such a transformative solution to be accepted, the project must understand how effective it will be in practice and how users will adapt to the technology.
Author: Alicia Jiménez González, Manager of the European Project Office This text was originally published in the Autumn 2023 edition of EU Research journal The Covid-19 pandemic revealed that public administration relies too heavily on paper identification and in-person checks to authenticate someone to receive a service, either by sending copies of identification, or […]
If we think about the information that large companies such as Facebook or Amazon handle daily, probably one concept will come to mind: Big Data. With the increase of computational power and the decrease of storage costs, and the recent developments in fields such as cloud computing or the Internet of Things, Big Data […]
The current industrial modernization requires a deployment of communication networks that allow the operation and monitorization of diverse processes, such as water distribution or electricity generation. This cluster of neworks belongs to what is commonly known as Operation Technology (OT), which is sensible to suffer from different kinds of cyberattacks that may cause security breaches, […]
Today we can find monuments, restaurants or shops in one click, but are these technologies safe for our privacy? In this post we will review Geo-indistinguishability, one of the anonymization techniques used to anonymize the geographic location of an individual.
During the following minute thousands of applications will request millions of people to reveal their location. However, these data are extremely sensitive, so their processing needs to be done to avoid compromise the privacy of the users.
How can we guarantee that our data is really anonymous or that there is no risk to privacy? The answer to this question is simple: absolute guarantees do not exist. That is why it is so important to invest in R&D to advance in this type of techniques.
On the occasion of the Safer Internet Day, Gradiant would like to tell you the story of our friend Pepe and his experience on the Internet