The CyberDataLab (Cybersecurity and Data Science Lab) encompasses a group of skilled and motivated scientists and researchers with a strong commitment for quality research and developments around the two main topics of the lab: cybersecurity and data science. It is worth mentioning the value created in the intersection of both fields, with a strong projection onto international R&D programs such as Horizon Europe, European Defence Agency R&T or National Science Foundation, amongst others.
Who we are
What we do
We are a multidisciplinary team based at the University of Murcia (UMU) taking experts from different research groups of the Faculty of Computer Science, as well as top international collaborators. This allows us to work across different research challenges and developments related to cybersecurity and data science applied in contexts and research lines so diverse as Beyond 5G, Cyberdefense, eHealth, Tecnology-enhanced Technologies, or Industry 4.0.
Among the core values that distinguish people in our lab we have: (research) believing in science and research as a way to improve the world we live in; (transference) creating new opportunities and higher impact to society as well as companies we work with; (openness) and being transparent, open and ethical with the work we do.
Our funding is obtained through both public and competitive calls and directly funded R&D contracts and chairs running at regional, national and international levels. This allows the exchange of novel ideas and co-creation of highly impact R&D solutions and products with the collaboration of top research institutions and worldwide recognised companies working hand-by-hand with us in these research projects and contracts.
As a result of all these R&D works and collaborations, different products are obtained in the four following directions and covering TRLs (Technology Readiness Levels) 1 to 7:
- Exploratory survey and position papers on a given topic reporting state of art as well as opportunities, open challenges and future trends;
- Research papers on key topics related with the two main knowledge areas of the Lab and published in top conferences and journals;
- Software projects and datasets validating results in relevant environments;
- Proof of concepts and pre-commercial products close to the market.
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If you are interested to collaborate or know more about our R&D experience in the cybersecurity and data science fields, please contact us.