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Li, Victor (author)
Digital identities and credentials are gradually replacing physical documents, as they can be verified with more accuracy and efficiency. Since online privacy is becoming more crucial than ever, it is essential to preserve the privacy of individuals whenever possible. Therefore, anonymous attestation of digital credentials should be feasible,...
master thesis 2018
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Välling, Rasmus (author)
Recently we have been witnesses to a string of controversial elections: the 2016 US Presidential election, the 2016 Brexit referendum, the 2018 Russian presidential election, the 2018 Zimbabwe elections. The controversies surrounding elections are seemingly endless.

Why are these examples relevant? In the 21st century, we are still...
master thesis 2018
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Manikandan, Hari (author)
In less than a century, the Internet has morphed from being a communication channel to a medium of existence for people. Meanwhile, attacks over the Internet have been growing both qualitatively and quantitatively, with losses transcending the financial kind and threatening the well-being of human lives. This trend fuels the need for Cyber...
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Nandakumar, Lakshminarayanan (author)
With the emergence of many modern automated systems around us that rely heavily on the private data collected from individuals, the problem of privacy-preserving data analysis is now gaining a significant attention in the field of systems and control. In this thesis, we investigate the privacy concerns of these systems arising in the process of...
master thesis 2018
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van de Kamp, Lars (author)
Machine learning techniques receive significant responsibilities, despite growing privacy concerns. Early-stage autonomous vehicles are increasingly appearing on the streets, carrying the burden of transporting human-lives to their destination. Meanwhile, doctors are involving Artificial Intelligence (AI) in their medical diagnoses, basing...
master thesis 2018
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van der Laan, Bjorn (author)
Smart contracts are applications that are deployed and executed on a blockchain's decentralised infrastructure. Many smart contract applications rely on data that resides outside the blockchain. However, while traditional web applications can communicate with trustworthy data sources directly through the Internet, this is not possible for smart...
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Hoogland, Mathijs (author)
The role of Internet of Things (IoT) devices is becoming larger in our day-to-day life. More and more, devices are used to help with simple tasks in our lives. Little computers are installed in a large variety of consumer products and are often connected to the internet. The large increase of these “resource-constrained” devices that are...
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van den Biggelaar, Dirk (author)

We witness the rise of prosumers: consumers that produce a surplus of energy that can be sup- plied back into the grid. However, for energy-trade between prosumers and consumers, a cen- tralized and undesirable middle-man is still necessary. We developed a method to decentralize essential aspects of energy distribution between households....
master thesis 2018
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El Maouchi, Mourad (author)
Traceability is an increasingly important aspect of the supply chain with several highlights throughout the last few decades. Parties, such as consumers and government agencies, have shown an increase in demand for information regarding their products and materials. Studies throughout the last few years have proposed approaches for a...
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van der Veeken, Pieter (author)
In IT systems, a logfile provides administrators with an audit trail which can be used to review a system’s activities and a way to discover and diagnose problems which have occurred within that system. When an attacker penetrates an IT system, commonly one of their first actions is tampering with the logs, so that they can hide their malicious...
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Geneste, Ginger (author)
Modern Implantable Medical Devices (IMDs) are enabled to communicate with an external device trough wireless channels. The non-invasive method allow health-care practitioners to investigate the effectiveness of a treatment delivered by the IMD and tailor it specifically to the patients' needs. The wireless communication capability however, also...
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Prahesa Kusuma Setia, Prahesa (author)
Current interconnected society provides us with numerous devices communicating with one another. Exchange of data thus become an integral part in our live. Data become valuable commodity in today's setting because of their usage by individual and other interested parties. Several parties may be interested in computing a function over their data...
master thesis 2017
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Vrooman, Rogier (author)
Within the phenomenon known as the Internet of Things (IoT), an enormous growth is taking place. IoT systems exist in different ways, ranging from industrial applications to user focused systems. A specific subset of a user-focused IoT system is found as Smart Home environments. At Smart Homes, themultiple Smart Objects or Smart Devices are...
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Maulany, Christian (author)
Over the last few years, healthcare providers have moved to digital healthcare management systems. This electronic approach to healthcare data (e-health) promises numerous benefits over traditional healthcare. The patient can gain more control over which data about him is being gathered, and how different healthcare providers are allowed to...
master thesis 2017
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