The Department of Computer and Information Science at Linköpings universitet leads the research in security modelling within SHIELDS. Linköpings universitet is the coordinator of SHIELDS.
SINTEF ICT is responsible for system integration and contributes to the research on security modelling.
European Software Institute
The European Software Institute is one of the main links between research and the industrial evaluation of SHIELDS, and is a main driver behind the work to prepare SHIELDS methods for a wider audience.
The Fraunhofer Institute for Experimental Software Engineering contributes in the areas of model-driven source code analysis and code inspection.
Institut TELECOM/TELECOM SudParis
GET/INT contributes to SHIELDS in the areas of model-driven passive and active security testing.
Montimage is responsible for the experimental validation of SHIELDS and contributes to the development of tools to support the SHIELDS methodology.
SEARCH-LAB hosts the SHIELDS security repository and is one of the main drivers behind commercial exploitation of SHIELDS. SEARCH-LAB also contributes in the area of model-driven security testing.
TXT E-Solutions Spa
TXT contributes to the design and evaluation of SHIELDS, and contributes expertise on collaboration and information management. TXT is also responsible for the dissemination and exploitation activities of SHIELDS.
The research leading to these results has received funding from the European Community's Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013) under grant agreement n° 215995.
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