Month: January 2022

Cyber Threat Intelligence

Cyber intelligence is based on the search for and analysis of information aimed at preventing attacks or threats in the cyberspace. Manuel López Pérez, cybersecurity analyst at the BISITE Research Group participates in Module 5 of C1b3rWall Academy 2021 and has delivered a lecture on ” Introduction to Threat Intelligence”. The objective of this lecture is for students to understand what cyber intelligence is, why it is important, what types exist and how a cyber intelligence plan would be carried out.

The European Commissioner for Innovation Mariya Gabriel highlights in her interview in the February issue of Vanity Fair Spain her visit to Salamanca and the BISITE Research Group

The February issue of Vanity Fair Spain includes an interview with the European Commissioner for Innovation, Research, Culture, Education and Youth, Mariya Gabriel, head of the initiative to make 2022 the European Year of Youth. During the interview, the Bulgarian delegate highlighted that her inspiration comes from actions such as her trip to Spain, where she recalls her visits to both Madrid and Salamanca, where she attended Startup Olé and visited the facilities of the University’s BISITE Research Group. 

Digital Security Certificates

Module 5 of C1b3rWall Academy on “Intelligence. Sources for research” brings an insightful lecture on cybersecurity. This time Sergio Rodriguez Gijon from Hack by Security introduces us to the importance of digital certificates and the application of OSINT.

Objective: to turn Salamanca into a national center of Artificial Intelligence and Internet of Things

Yesterday we held a meeting with the City Council, the University, the Provincial Council and the Junta of Castile and Leon in which a protocol was signed to promote the economic development of Salamanca and its areas of influence. 

ANECA, a national framework for accreditation in education

Pablo Oñate Rubalcaba participated virtually in the study visit organized by the QFORTE project. Pablo is Professor of Political Science and Administration at the University of Valencia, as well as a member of the National Agency for Quality Assessment and Accreditation (ANECA).

The Deputy Prime Minister, Nadia Calviño, learns about the Deep Intelligence project during her visit to the AIR Institute and the BISITE Group labs

During the extraordinary visit of Nadia Calviño, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Economic Affairs and Digital Transformation. We took the opportunity to unveil ournmajor projects, among them, Deep Intelligence or DeepInt, a solution based on Machine Learning algorithms, which transforms data into valuable information and helps companies make better decisions.

Juan M. Corchado, President of the AIR Institute and Director of the BISITE Research Group of the University of Salamanca presents DeepNGS, a medical research and biotechnology project, to the Deputy Prime Minister of the Spanish Government, Nadia Calviño

During the visit of the Deputy Prime Minister Nadia Calviño to USAL’s Science Park this morning, we presented DeepNGS; a platform that uses Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to automate the workflow of gene analysis and help in diagnostic procedures.

Juan M. Corchado, President of the AIR Institute and Director of the BISITE Research Group of the University of Salamanca, presents the Apapachoa project to the Deputy Prime Minister of the Spanish Government, Nadia Calviño

Nadia Calviño, the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Economic Affairs and Digital Transformation, visited the AIR Institute labs in USAL’s Science Park. We took this opportunity to present one of our most emotive projects. It’s called Apapachoa; intelligent therapeutic dolls that help increase the quality of life of people suffering from different pathologies such as Alzheimer’s, dementia or autism.

How to manage cybersecurity in companies

The health situation caused by Covid-19 has meant big changes in companies, many of them have had to adapt on the fly and implement strategies such as teleworking. However, this means greater exposure and less protection if appropriate measures are not taken.