ISIP INVITED TALK: SECURITY ASPECTS OF THE IOT ENVIRONMENT – CHALLENGES, REQUIREMENTS AND LIMITATIONS
Krešimir Grgić, PhD
Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and Information Technology, University of Osijek, Croatia
Summary: The Internet of Things (IoT) architecture connects and integrates a large number of heterogeneous devices, very different in their computing, energy and communication properties. This also significantly affects the security aspects of the IoT environment. This talk will analyze the current situation regarding the cybersecurity of the IoT environment, with a focus on existing challenges, requirements and limitations. Also, the current state and guidelines for the future development of security mechanisms intended for the IoT environment will be presented.
Biography: Krešimir Grgić received the M.Sc. degree in 2005 and the Ph.D. degree in 2011, both from Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and Information Technology in Osijek, Croatia. He is employed as an associate professor at the same faculty, Department of Communications (currently he is a head of the Chair of Radiocommunications and Telecommunications). His research interests include (but not limited to) computer and communication networks, Internet of Things (IoT), wireless sensor networks, cybersecurity and error control coding. He is the author of more than 50 publications, including international journal and conference papers. He has long-term experience in teaching and supervising students on bachelor, master and postgraduate studies. He actively participated in several research and professional projects. He is a member of IEEE (senior member).
ISIP INVITED TALK: SOME ASPECTS OF THE RIGHT OF ACCESS TO INFORMATION AS A RIGHT PROTECTED BY THE EUROPEAN CONVENTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS
Dinka Šago, PhD
Faculty of law, University of Split
Summary: Article 10 of the European Convention on Human Rights does not confer a general right of access to information. It does not impose on Member States positive obligations to collect and disseminate information of its own motion. But, the case-law of the European Court of Human Rights underlined that the Convention was a living instrument which should be interpreted in the light of present-day conditions, which empowered it to adopt a broader interpretation of the notion of the “freedom to receive information” encompassing recognition of a right of access to information.
This presentation shows the development of the approach of the European Court of Human Rights to protecting the right of access to information under Article 10 of the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms. The presentation ends with certain conclusions about the conditions in protecting the right of access to information according to the European Convention and the level of protection of the rights that should be provided.
Biography: Dinka Šago is Associate Professor at the Chair for Civil Procedure Law, Faculty of Law University of Split, Croatia. She has graduated at the Faculty of Law in Split. She worked as judicial trainee at the Municipal Court in Split and she has passed Bar Exam. In 2010. she finished Post-graudate Study in Civil and Family Law sciences and won a master’s degree of law at Faculty of Law University of Zagreb. At the Faculty of Law, University of Split she has graduated defending PhD dissertation in 2012. She was a member of research team in the scientific project of the Faculty of Law in Maribor „Recognising and implementing court decisions in the national systems of Croatia and Slovenia and within the area of the European court“. She is the co-author of four books, author and co-author of the scientific papers in Croatian and English language and she had lectures on national and international congresses. She participates in teaching courses in Civil Procedure Law, European Civil Procedure Law, Non-contentious law, Organisation of the judiciary, Croatian and european enforcement law and Notary law.
Co-Chairs: Marija Boban (University of Split, Croatia) and Gordan Ježić (University of Zagreb, Croatia)
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