SECAN-LAB: Security and Networking Lab

The SECAN-LAB is a research group which associates researchers and resources from the NetLab, hosted by the Interdisciplinary Centre for Security Reliability and Trust (SnT) with members from the Computer Science and Communications Research Unit (CSC) at the University of Luxembourg, and with partners from industry and other research institutes. Research interests of the SECAN-LAB group focuses on interoperability and security aspects of spontaneously-created and self-organized non-centralized networks.

Other research topics of the SECAN-LAB lie in:

- interoperability of one-to-one communications,

- scalability of ad hoc networks with respect to its number of participants,

- tolerance of the network to a certain proportion of malicious and unfair participants,

- linking of ad hoc networks with wired LANs.

- interaction, games and novel interface technologies

- intelligent transportation systems (VehicularLab)


Latest News:

European Privacy Forum
Wednesday, 30 September 2015 10:07

Nowadays electronic communication networks and digital services are an essential part of an increasing number of everyday commodities. In the era of automated profiling and electronic surveillance, citizens face a serious threat against their right to privacy and informational self-determination, especially when using the internet and mobile services. The lack of transparency regarding the functionality and interconnection of such services increases the risk of uncontrollable processing of personal data. However, the distributed implementation of networks and services offers also the opportunity for new Privacy Enhancing Technologies (PETs) that could support users’ needs while safeguarding their personal data. Although these technologies are widely discussed in the research community, their mere existence is often unknown to the general public. Hence PETs need the support of policy to find their way into IT products. The terms privacy/security by design and by default have found their way into legal and policy texts; however, there is still a lack of knowledge regarding their implementation into services.

European Data Forum
Tuesday, 29 September 2015 16:21

The European Data Forum (EDF) is a meeting place for industry, research, policymakers and community initiatives to discuss the challenges of Big Data and the emerging Data Economy and to develop suitable action plans for addressing these challenges. Of special focus for the EDF are Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs), since they are driving innovation and competition in many data-driven economic sectors. The range of topics discussed at the European Data Forum ranges from novel data-driven business models (e.g. data clearing houses), and technological innovations (e.g. Linked Data Web) to societal aspects (e.g. open governmental data as well as data privacy and security).

Tuesday, 09 December 2014 00:00

Article about PIL2SPELL - SNT Project were published in Read about the project here. Watch newest video published on - Meet the scientist: Frank Hermann, Informatiker

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