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Best paper award on a paper on GQM approach of MUSES

The paper “Defining and Evaluating Software Project Success Indicators: a GQM-based Case Study”, authored by our MUSES colleagues L.Lavazza, E.Frumento, and R.Mazza has just won the Best Paper award at the recent 10th International Conference on Software Engineering and Applications (ICSOFT-EA/ICSOFT) held in Colmar from 20 to 22 July 2015. The Best Paper Award has […]

Talk User Research in MUSES

User Research is a first important step in the user centered design of interactive technologies, products and services. The goal of user research with scientific methods is to get insights and knowledge about the situations and contexts in which new products and services are used. The insights and knowledge can be used to adapt these […]

MUSES participation in the CSP Forum

Last week, 28-29 April, Cyber Security and Privacy Innovation Forum 2015 (CSP Forum) took place in Brussels. Besides conferences and panels, there was an exhibition of many of the FP7 and H2020 -funded cyber security related projects. Among them, one you know very well: MUSES. Sergio Zamarripa (S2 Grupo) and Yasir Ali (Sweden Connectivity) were […]

MUSES will attend the Cybersecurity and Privacy Innovation FORUM

The Cybersecurity and Privacy Innovation FORUM event will be held in Brussels on 27-28 April 2015 and MUSES will participate at it. The CSP Innovation Forum 2015 is organised by the European Commission, DG CNECT (Unit H4 Trust & Security) and the CSP Forum. This event will include DG CNECT H2020 information sessions relating to […]

TRIALS OF MUSES PROTOTYPE #1

The Trials of MUSES prototype #1, which started at the end of January, are still running. Currently, the experiment is about to be completed. A total number of sixty participants of S2 Grupo staff are collaborating in MUSES validation experiment. These participants belong to Consultancy department mainly and to Valencia CERT staff, driven by S2 […]

Muses-Hackathon Results

The first MUSES-related hackathon took place during the last MUSES’s partners meeting in Granada. One main project starred the hackathon, the Muses server web based user interface, which is devoted to allow the CSO to configure and control MUSES, and to access the MUSES feedback. This project was finally named MusesSRM, which stands for Muses […]

Hackathon in Distributed Corporate Security

If you want to participate in an European Project and see how a real corporate security system works, join us! Will be held on 25-26 of March at the Centro de Enseñanzas Virtuales de la Universidad de Granada (CEVUG). The location is: c/Real de Cartuja, nº 36-38, Granada (top floor). If you cannot come to […]