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Paper performing a RINA threat analysis accepted for publication at IEEE Systems

We are happy to report that a PRISTINE paper lead by the Thales team has been accepted for publication at the IEEE Systems journal! The paper, entitled “Identification of Threats and Security Risk Assessments for Recursive Internet Architecture” performs a threat analysis of RINA at the architecture level applying the SecRAM security risk assessment methodology. Abstract […]

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PRISTINE at the SDN World Congress 2016

The PRISTINE third and final workshop was celebrated in conjunction with the SDN and OpenFlow World Congress 2016 held in The Hague, Holland in October 2016. The culmination of 2 and half years research work on the PRISTINE project, was presented at the RINA Workshop which is an annually organised event, allowing researchers interested in […]


PRISTINE and ARCFIRE deliver RINA tutorial at EUCNC 2016

Last week PRISTINE and ARCFIRE researchers came together to deliver a 3.30h RINA tutorial at EUCNC 2016. The tutorial started with a RINA introduction, then discussed three research topics being investigated by PRISTINE (congestion management, security) and ARCFIRE (mobility, converged operator network design) and concluded with an update of two of the tools that can be used […]

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ICC 2016 PRISTINE presentation available online

This week PRISTINE and RINA have been present at the IEEE ICC presentation, delivering 3 presentations summarizing the main ideas of the papers entitled “Congestion Control in the Recursive Internetwork Architecture“, “A Software Development Kit to Exploit RINA programmability” and “From protection protocols to layers: designing, implementing and experimenting with security policies in RINA“. Rina […]


Three PRISTINE papers accepted at IEEE ICC 2016

RINA results achieved by the PRISTINE project will be heavily featured in the upcoming IEEE ICC 2016 conference. Three papers explaining results on several of the RINA areas researched by PRISTINE (congestion control, programmability and security) will be presented at the Next Generation Networking and Internet Symposium and at the Communications and Information Systems Security […]

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RINA presented at the GLIF tech. meeting

Today an introduction to RINA, the tools being developed by the PRISTINE project (simulator and SDK for the IRATI implementation) as well as some initial PRISTINE results have been presented to network engineers attending the GLIF technical meeting in  Prague.  The slides can be found at the Presentations section of this website and are also […]


Use case study on RINA as an overlay solution for distributed clouds available

A new use case study on RINA as an overlay solution for distributed clouds is available at the technical reports section of the website. Abstract Distributed cloud systems offer important advantages over centralized ones. Intrinsic resilience to network and electricity cuts, green nature, scalability and a more jurisdictionally secure environment for trading secrets are some […]

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D4.1 Draft Conceptual and High-Level Engineering Design of Innovative Security and Reliability Enablers available 4

PRISTINE’s deliverable D4.1 is already available from the website’s deliverables section. Executive summary This document, D4.1, is the result of WP4 activities and is a key deliverable of the project. A high-level security functional architecture is defined that identifies the key functional blocks designed to offer secure data delivery across RINA infrastructure. The functional decomposition of […]


D2.2 PRISTINE Reference Framework available 3

PRISTINE’s deliverable D2.2 is already available from the website’s deliverables section. Executive summary D22 reports about the work carried out in T2.2. This task has performed a review of the RINA specifications that are relevant to the technological areas addressed in PRISTINE (congestion control, routing, resource allocation, authentication, access control, encryption, security coordination, configuration management and […]

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