TUD believes its role in society is to supply technological solutions that take us significantly further along the road towards sustainability and a flourishing economy. It is positioned as an open academic community which, through its academic staff and graduates, is represented throughout the academic world while also embedded in its own regional and national, social and economic environment. TUD’s mission is to make a significant contribution to a sustainable society for the 21st century by conducting ground-breaking scientific and technological research – acknowledged as world class; by training scientists and engineers with a genuine commitment to society; and by helping to translate knowledge into technological innovations and activities with both economic and social value.
The TUD team will lead the project work on governance. TUD has expertise related to all elements of the classic feedback control loop that underlies all governance models: measure, decide, act and repeat. It has researched quantitative risk assessment, quantitative security metrics and internet measurement. It has developed cyber risk management methods and tools, security incentives and security governance policies. It has studied the impact of interventions and controls, method to increase user awareness, and usability for admins, users and providers. TUD has researched also privacy-enhancing technologies that is being used in the privacy identity management use case.