Trusted Labs is an active innovator, continuously striving to improve the methods and technologies it uses in its activities
These innovations are mostly performed through participation in collaborative research and development projects, where Trusted Labs often acts as a bridge between academic research and industrial partners.
Here are a few examples of such projects.
Trusted Labs participates in the EPOMI project with telcos, card manufacturers, and service providers, to define how to guarantee the security of mobile contactless projects.
Trusted Labs also participates in the €-Confidential project, which focuses on developing the certification of secure mobile terminals.
Trusted Labs develops tools and methodologies to certify the security of mobile applications.
One example is the European Mobius (IST FET) project, which focuses on proof-carrying code.
Other examples arethe French ANR-funded Sfincs and Bincoa projects, where Trusted Labs provides academic researchers with directions and use cases from the industry.
Trusted Labs is continuously improving its range of tools and test suites.
For example, we participate in the French Vacams project, which focuses on the latest GlobalPlatform developments.
We also lead the Mecanos project, which focuses on Java Card™ 3.0 and smart card web servers.
Inventing the Future
Trusted Labs actively participates in defining tomorrow’s products and services.
In fact, Trusted Labs employees represent the Trusted Logic group in several bodies, such as the GlobalPlatform and the Java Card Forum, whose Technical Committee is chaired by Eric Vétillard, Trusted Labs’ CTO.
Trusted Labs also participates in security-related intitiatives, such as JIL’s JHAS and JTEMS groups, and is a member of the EBIOS club.