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Metis: Α Cyber Threat Intelligence Workbench Research, Manage and Operate on Threat Information


Analysis, documentation and demonstration system for traditional musical instruments at the Cretan Ethnology Museum NSRF, Greece The COFELET project envisages the improvement of the cyber security education effectiveness by using game based learning and training as a vehicle for the utilization of modern learning theories and the promotion of innovative teaching approaches An EU funded project under Horizon 2020 (grant agreement No. 740690).The project started on the 1st of June 2017 and will last 3 years.

FoodSMART is a 4 year project to develop a mobile phone application designed to provide food service providers and consumers with a variety of food-related information about recipes and menus. STIX 2.0 UoM Editor is an open source prototype application that offers standalone editing on STIX 2.0 artifacts.

Cross-platform (Mac, Windows, Linux)

You can find it in the OASIS Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) TC Wiki, Opensource APIs and Tools

The i-Treasures is a European funded initiative that aims at exploring innovative digital means and technologies to capture different forms of intangible cultural heritage (music, dance, crafts, etc).


Development of a new improved role‐based model for controlling access to Web services in Grid/Cloud computing environments (Scientific coordinator: Professor Ioannis Mavridis, Research collaborator: Antonios Gouglidis). RBAC Reasoning consists of a joint project between the InfoSec research group of the University of Macedonia and the Computer Security Division of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). Ιnfosec group of University of Macedonia, in cooperation with the developers of CrypTool, work on the greek version of Cryptool. The project aims at providing a successful development of the greek version that will be available on the official website of Cryptool.

Artemis is an innovative application designed to protect minors from malicious sexual exploitation attempts. Artemis analyzes the content of incoming messages (sms) on mobile phones running the Android operating system and sends an alert message whenever inappropriate content is detected. Cassiopeia aims to improve the conditions of supervision and control of the system security administrators, and reduce critical incidents response time. To achieve this Cassiopeia provides a convenient mobile system architecture with flexible and easily extensible design. Μachine Assessment of Multimodal Learning