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“Market trends and business challenges in security and privacy requirements engineering”

Aljosa Pasic, ATOS

Very often research results create unrealistic market expectations, based mainly on wrong assumptions regarding the future technological advances and technology adoption. Security and privacy requirements engineering, in the context of research projects, is similarly more looking at technology challenges, rather than alignment with business requirements that are likely to have more impact on research results adoption. This presentation will give an overview of the link between security and privacy engineering to the market readiness of research results. It will further present the ongoing ICT security market trends and business challenges in order to illustrate the gaps, the challenges or potential strategies for the future directions in security and privacy requirements engineering.

ALJOSA PASIC’s current position is Technology Transfer Director in  Atos Research & Innovation (ARI), based in Madrid, Spain. He graduated Information Technology at Electro technical Faculty of Technical University Eindhoven, The Netherlands, and has been working for Cap Gemini (Utrecht, The Netherlands) until the end of 1998. In 1999 he moved to Sema Group (now part of Atos) where he occupied different positions. During this period he was participating in more than 50 international research, innovation or consulting projects, mainly related to the areas of information security or e-government. His current interests include Secure Software and Service Engineering (he is the chairman of NESSOS industry advisory group), electronic identity and privacy, GRC (governance, risk and compliance) as well as cybersecurity. He is member of EOS (European Organisation for Security) Board of Directors, and collaborates regularly with organisations such as ENISA, IFIP, IARIA, FI-PPP and others. Currently, he is also the project coordinator of CIRRUS (Cloud Security Certification) project.

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