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Scientific projects

Scientific Cyber Security Association actively works on both Georgian and international scientific projects. It actively cooperates with foreign experts.

Cooperation is being held not only with concrete scientists but also with organizations, the clear example of it is the cooperation with one of the largest universities in Ukraine – Taras Shevchenko Kiev National University. Besides of  many conferences, a joint scientific journal was issued with the above mentioned institution; Polish Technical Academy is also involved into the recruitment and development of the journal.

1. Post-Quantum Cryptography: a grant project financed by Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation, implemented by members of the association team. The project has been successful implemented since 2016, relevant results are got, which are distributed to global cyber security experts, and in the thematic international groups. The project was successfully completed in January 2018, as a result a new post-quantum cryptosystem is got.

 2. Digital signature schemes in post-quantum war: joint project, funded by  Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation and  Science and Technology Center in  Ukraine is being conducted by the members of the association team. As the result we will get a new digital signature scheme which will be effective and secure and can be used in post-quantum epoch.   The project was launched in July 2017 and was successfully completed in 2019.

3. Random number generators for cryptography: the goal of the project is to create efficient and secure new random number generator. The project is financed by Caucasus University. Project began in 2019 and must be finished in 2021.

4. The model of post-quantum cryptography scheme: the goal of the project is to improve the efficiency and security of post-quantum cryptography schemes. The project is financed by Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation. Project began in 2019 and must be finished in 2021.

5. Computer Science and Cyber Security University for Children: the goal of the project is the development of scientific and practical directions of cyber security in school pupils.  The project is financed by Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation. Project began in 2020 and must be finished in 2020.

6. Cyber incident response platform for 5G cellular networks: the goal of the project is to create the clever cyber security function for 5G cellular networks. The project is financed by Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation. Project began in 2020 and must be finished in 2021.

7. The new method of increasing safety of rolling stock on the base of fiber-optical rail circuits: the goal of the project is the improvement of functioning of the railway transport by means of elaborating corresponding railway circuits. The project is financed by Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation. Project began in 2019 and must be finished in 2022.

8. Promoting European Union’s Cyber Education(PEU-C-E): the goal of the project is to share European experience in cyber education among students, teachers, parents, professors and decision makers with a goal to create safer internet for vulnerable young people. The project is financed by EACEA. Project began in 2020 and must be finished in 2022.

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