The founding members of the InfoLab consortium have defined two goals in accordance with the relevant national strategies: I) research which supports the safe implementation and application of emerging/disruptive technologies, and II) supporting the digital transition of public administration. Based on these principles, InfoLab focuses its research especially on I) vulnerability of 5G (and 6G) technologies as the backbone of future infrastructure II) specific cybersecurity fields and III) the implementation of Artificial Intelligence (AI) driven solutions in eGovernance.
Expected outcomes of research
Safer application of 5G and follow-up generation technologies by mapping the risks and threats, which stem from the attributes of the applied protocol and the deficiencies in the anti-interference measures of the radio interface.
A safer cyberspace resulting from cybersecurity research may support the implementation of national digitalization and AI strategies.
The establishment/operation of efficient communication channels, meeting the standards of the quantum-computing era, may be achieved by acquiring new cryptographic principles and methods.
E-Governance clients will not need to provide data already present in the databases by introducing AI driven solutions. Furthermore, clients may not need to administer their cases those could be solved by inter-sectoral administration management.
Enabling contactless, fully digitised and automated, secure and seamless public services to the clients.
Achieving public services to meet the requirements of the 21. century by fully addressing the specifities of the Hungarian language.
Protection of national data-assets may be enhanced by revealing the anti-fraud data-analytic capabilities of AI and researching correspondences and anomalies.