Doing our part
in projects worldwide
Our dedicated researchers are active participants in a number of innovative security and modernization projects. They are committed to helping find creative solutions to modern challenges by utilizing their research at Scytl as a foundation.
Computing and secure communications in the cloud for hostile environments
The Ministry of Economy, Industry, and Competitiveness (MINECO), within the State Plan for Scientific and Technical Research and Innovation 2013-2016, granted assistance to the project “DataMantium: Computing and secure communications in the cloud for hostile environments” led by SCYTL with file number RTC-2016-4930-7. This project has been co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and the Ministry of Economy, Industry, and Competitiveness within the RETOS-COLLABORATION Subprogram, Call 2016. The main objective for this call is to promote technological development, innovation and quality research.
The aim of the DataMantium project is to solve the main security and privacy problems inherent in the adoption of new remote computing technologies, such as cloud environments, for their implementation in current electronic voting systems. Specifically, the main objective of the project is the development of new mechanisms (cryptographic algorithms, programming libraries, secure communication protocols, etc.) to protect the data that needs to be migrated to remote environments during the communication, processing and storage phases, without undermining the economic and technical advantages derived from the use of these new platforms.
Protecting Small and Medium-sized Enterprises digital technology through an innovative cyber-SECurity framework
Black Ice HSM
Advanced cryptographic technologies based on cloud computing for electronic voting environments