ElevenPaths and the University of Piraeus in Greece work together using Tacyt as an educational and research unit

Monday, May 1, 2017

ElevenPaths and the Department of Informatics of the University of Piraeus in Greece work together using Tacyt as an educational and research unit. ElevenPaths and the Department of Informatics of the University of Piraeus in Greece start a joint collaboration which aims to perform studies and research activities on mobile applications. In addition, providing an educational platform for researchers and students.







The Department of Informatics of the University of Piraeus, Greece, operates since 1991. It is the one of the oldest departments of Computer Science in Greece, and holds a strong position in the Greek and international scientific events. The department specializes in developing secure service-oriented systems, cryptographic solutions, critical infrastructures and privacy. Moreover, the department is very active in R&D projects, having numerous collaborations in the frame of EU-funded projects e.g. FP6/7, H2020, etc. and consulting/developing solutions for large domestic companies and institutions.

This collaboration between ElevenPaths and the University of Piraeus chases targets framed in the joint analysis of applications available for mobile devices from different approaches and angles. This requires a deep and intelligent detection capability, but above all, efficient.

ElevenPaths developed Tacyt. Tacyt is a cyberintelligence tool created to deal with growing concerns in mobile applications. University of Piraeus and specifically the Department of Informatics will start its activities with Tacyt, receiving full support and involvement from ElevenPaths, not only from the technical point of view but also from the academic and educational one. Because of this cooperation at institutional level, both entities will be able to make comprehensive researches including classification, clustering, attribution and detailed analysis of different functional aspects, allowing to deduce and to correlate facts based on different research hypothesis.

The hightlights that Tacyt provides to this type of academic activities are:
  • Capabilities to detect and classify applications under many criterions.
  • Profiling and identification.
  • Intuitive and powerful interface for educational activities.
This agreement presents high expectations and many possibilities we would like to transform into quality scientific outputs, and promotes different educational activities between ElevenPaths and the University of Piraeus.

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