Konstantinos Fysarakis

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As computing becomes pervasive, embedded systems are deployed in a wide range of domains, including industrial systems, critical infrastructures, private and public spaces as well as portable and wear-able applications. An integral part of the functionality of these systems is the storage, access and transmission of private, sensitive or even critical(More)
In a world of pervasive computing, embedded systems can be found in a wide range of products and are employed in various heterogeneous domains. The abovementioned devices often need to access, store, manipulate and/or communicate sensitive or even critical information, making the security of their resources and services an important concern in their design(More)
—As embedded systems, in their various forms, become ubiquitous, new types of services are offered, aiming to enhance every aspect of the everyday life and allowing users to enjoy pervasive and personalized access to information. Along with the benefits come considerable threats to users' privacy, as these enhanced services operate on private sensitive(More)
—As computing becomes ubiquitous, researchers and engineers aim to exploit the potential of the pervasive systems in order to introduce new types of services and address inveterate and emerging problems. This process will, eventually, lead us to the era of urban computing and the Internet of Things; the ultimate goal being to improve our quality of life.(More)
Embedded systems security is a recurring theme in current research efforts, brought in the limelight by the wide adoption of ubiquitous devices. Significant funding has been allocated to various European projects on this subject area, in order to investigate and overcome the various security challenges. This paper provides an overview of recent EU research(More)