ParanoidBox: the digital security box, by Álvaro Lancho y Marcos Rodríguez (guests)
18 September, 2019. Over this webinar, two special guests will talk about their Master Thesis carried out at the Universidad Europea de Madrid. In their thesis, they present a security box where the data can go in, but not be got out.
#CodeTalks4Devs: ParanoidBox: the digital security box, by Álvaro Lancho y Marcos Rodríguez (guests)
This Master Thesis, carried out at the Universidad Europea de Madrid by Álvaro and Marcos, presents the concept of a security box where the data can access with no problems, but cannot go out. This data can only be freed when the data owner’s life cannot be checked out. In such a case, the data will be public, so that any person can know them.
Over the project, they have worked on several concepts of strong digital identity for data insertion; systems’ redundancy to monitor that all the nodes are alive and that there is no risk of physical attack against the information; and verification -through a proof of life- that the owner is still alive. An interesting work that you cannot miss!