2021 IEEE International Conference on Cyber Security and Resilience

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Summary:

This paper proposes a decentralized, tamper-proof and reputation based solution for delivering vetted CTI information, using quality based CTI parameters in order to further evaluate the quality of CTI Feeds and the reputation of CTI Feed Sources. This mechanism is based on blockchain technology using a new consensus algorithm called Proof-of-Quality.

Author(s):

Dimitrios Chatziamanetoglou    
International Hellenic University
Belgium

Dimitrios Chatziamanetoglou is a PhD student at the Department of Computer Science at the International Hellenic University. He is a Service Delivery Manager in NATO Communications and Information Agency (NCIA) as NATO International Civilian personnel. He is a retired Telecommunications (Signals) Officer (LtCol) having served the Hellenic Army for 25 years, mostly as a network engineer and as Information Security and CIS Security Officer. He received his MSc in Telecommunications Engineering and his second MSc in Informatics and Management from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece. He holds various certifications in Cyber Security (CISSP, CEH), in Risk Management (M_o_R), in Project Management (PRINCE2) and in IT Service Management (ISO/IEC 20000, ITIL). He is also a certified Radio Comms Engineer from the Hellenic Ministry of Digital Governance. He has an extensive experience in Cyber Security and Risk Management activities in both National and International environments. His interests are In the field of Cyber Security, Semantic Web, Blockchain and Radio Communications.

Konstantinos Rantos    
International Hellenic University
Greece

 


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