Publicly available deliverables produced by the project will be available as soon as they are published.
Citizen-centric use case scenarios – First version (D1.1)
TRAPEZE will implement three use cases provided by three use case partners. Each use case is designed in a way to prove the feasibility of TRAPEZE outcomes in a realistic business context. The use cases are described independently of each other in separate chapters.
Data Protection Requirements – First Version (D1.2)
This report focuses on enhancing the protection of citizen’s rights with particular focus on the data protection related fundamental rights as laid down in Articles 7 “Respect for private and family life” and 8 “Protection of personal data” of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union
Security and Privacy Resilience Framework and Guidelines – First version (D1.3)
This report describes the framework for cybersecurity and privacy allowing TRAPEZE stakeholders to prepare for and adapt to threats, and to respond to and recover from incidents.
Platform specification and design (D1.4)
This document presents a high-level perspective on the specification and technical design of the TRAPEZE platform, taking into account the citizen-centric use-case scenarios.
Policy Language – First version (D2.1)
This report introduces the first version of the policy language of TRAPEZE, called PLinst, and– in preparation for the next version of the language – it proposes policy histories as an efficient way to support negation in consent policies.
Sticky Policies – First version (D2.2)
A sticky policy is a machine-readable policy that accompanies the data, regulating its usage and specifying the applicable obligations and organizational constraints as the data migrates across multiple recipients. All kinds of TRAPEZE’s policies can be sticky policies.
Transparency and compliance checking – First version.pdf (D2.3)
This first report on reasoning algorithms introduces correct and complete algorithms that sup-
port compliance checking for two of the planned new features of TRAPEZE’s policy language,
namely instances and negation.
Compliance and explanation engines – First version (D2.4)
The first version of TRAPEZE’s engine can check the compliance and the consistency of policies
written in PLinst (see also TRAPEZE deliverable D2.1).
Securing citizens smart terminals and online communication – First version.pdf (D3.3)
This deliverable identifies the interactions between the TRAPEZE platform and the citizens via their personal smartphones or tablets and the best ways to protect them through the Kaspersky Mobile Security SDK (KMS-SDK), a multi-layered security framework for building online protection directly into mobile applications.