Evidian, IAM offer of Atos, identified by European Commission's Innovation Radar as a "Key innovator" for Context-aware Access Control.
Published 29 July 2020
The innovation developed in the ENACT project funded by the European Commission under Horizon 2020 has been analyzed by the European Commission's Innovation Radar.
Details of this innovation, and how it was categorised by the analysis, are as follows:
- Innovation: Context-aware Access Control tool for IoT;
- Market Maturity of the Innovation: 'Market Ready'
- Market Creation Potential of the innovation: High.
ENACT provides an integrated DevOps Framework composed of a set of loosely coupled enablers that can be easily integrated with existing IoT platforms via a plug-in mechanism.
In this project, Atos leads two work packages:
- Access Control security - With Evidian software suite, Atos will focus on the robustness, security and privacy enforcement applied to smart IoT systems leveraging its Identity Governance and Web Access Manager products. It will design and develop situation-aware authorization services, taking into account risk/trust indicators.
- Dissemination and Exploitation - Atos co-ordinates the strategy and activity of all partners in the project, ensuring that all consortium members publish and promote their results and/or contribution.
More about European Commission's Innovation Radar
The Innovation Radar platform builds on the information and data gathered by independent experts involved in reviewing ongoing research and innovation projects funded by the European Commission. These experts also provided an independent view regarding the innovations in the projects and their market potential (more information about the Innovation Radar methodology is available here).
The aim is to make information about EU-funded innovations from high-quality projects visible and accessible to the public via the EU's Innovation Radar platform. This will show citizens the many excellent technological and scientific advances being delivered by researchers and innovators around Europe, funded on their behalf by the European Commission. This initiative has the support of EU Members States and, to date, Ministers from 23 countries have signed the Innovation Radar declaration confirming their support for this initiative.