Note that DISSEMINATION activities will be reflected in the public project website: http://www.newshield.eu/dissemination-activities/ Please contact Roberto.Uribeetxeberria at MGEP to arrange for contributions. For STANDARDISATION activities, please proceed to edit this wiki page.
- 1 nSHIELD Dissemination
- 2 Standardisation
Workshops, Exhibitions & Presentations
Organisation of special sessions and workshops
In the press
Standards Norway is a founding member of the Internet of Things Value Network (http://internet-of-things.no), and within Norway we discuss on the focus in standardisation in CEN, CENELEC and ETSI.
Ongoing discussions with the Research Council of Norway to establish country-wide contribution to standards.
NORSIS - Norwegian Center for Information Security
NORSIS (http://www.norsis.no) is the Norwegian Center for Information Security, and covers all aspects of information security, both on the corporate and the national level. In a meeting on 16Oct2012 Josef Noll and Tone Hoddø Bakås (NOR) had a meeting discussing activities on measurable security. As of today, these topics are not that emphasised in NORSIS, and thus we agreed to focus on awareness.
We are planning workshop in autumn 2013, focussing on measurable security for sensor systems.
SKOS Simple Knowledge Organization System
SKOS is an area of work developing specifications and standards to support the use of knowledge organization systems (KOS) such as thesauri, classification schemes, subject heading lists and taxonomies within the framework of the Semantic Web
- Foreseen for standardisation of security ontologies
- Web link at w3.org .
ISO 15926 for Norwegian Oil and Gas
EPIM, the Exploration and production information management association, has the focus on IT solutions to promote the best possible flow of information between authorities and licensees on the Norwegian continental shelf. The EPIM Information Management Association has established a project activity named ILAP, Integrated Lifecycle Assets Planning. This new ILAP standard bases on the Generic Information Modeling (GIM) standard (ISO 15926), and is extended into various aspects of oil and gas operations. The two standards being mostly related to the SHIELD security work are ISO 27000+ on Information Security Management and ISO 31000+ on Risk management. The first exchange of knowledge between SHIELD and ILAP has taken place, focussing on the identification of applicability.