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The University of Amsterdam is partner in the CATRIN project, one of the recently funded projects in the NWO CyberSecurity call.

CATRIN will startup the Responsible Internet, a novel security-by-design concept and extension to the Internet that enables higher levels of trust and sovereignty. It turns the Internet infrastructure from a black box into a ‘glass box’. The Responsible Internet addresses the problem of Digital Sovereignty.  CATRIN integrates technology, economics, and policy research to deliver a first operational multi-operator Responsible Internet.

Researchers from the Informatics Institute, Dr Paola Grosso and Dr Chrysa Papagianni both from the MultiScale Networked Systems  group as well as Prof. Cees de Laat from the Complex Cyber Infrastructure group, contributed to the proposal and will carry out the research at the University of Amsterdam.
CATRIN funds a PhD candidate in the MultiScale Networked Systems group.