Technological objectives

  • Threat Landscape for 6G Networks

    Investigate and identify the threat landscape for 6G networks, focusing on the new threats related to 6G innovations; identify the shortcomings and especially privacy concerns of existing security mechanisms.

  • AI-driven security analytics

    Enable privacy-preserving explainable and decentralised robust AI-driven security analytics for 6G networks.

  • Privacy Intents

    Introduce user “privacy intent” in 6G slicing and orchestration.

  • Distributed attestation, identification and CTI-sharing

    Enable privacy-preserving distributed attestation, identification and CTI-sharing within the 6G ecosystem, with specific focus on dynamic zero-trust infrastructures.

  • Deliver PRIVATEER's framework

    Integrate the PRIVATEER security enablers into a coherent framework and verify it in a B5G test network, also assessing their threats and vulnerabilities.

Key Impacts

  • Adoption of privacy as a key requirement for 6G security frameworks

    by security- related research initiatives and SDOs by promoting concrete and sound technical solutions for meeting such a requirement

  • More transparent and privacy-preserving security auditing processes

    through the PRIVATEER solution for distributed identities and verifiable credentials

  • Lower market barrier for new entrants to 6G ecosystem (SMEs and startups)

    by granting them access to the PRIVATEER open-source, software-only security solutions

  • Reduction in onboarding time for new 6G edge infrastructures from days to minutes

    thanks to the distributed identity and attestation mechanisms

  • Contribution towards a more open, pluralistic and zero-trust 6G ecosystem

    by making trust mechanisms more efficient and privacy-friendly

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