STRATUS project is a six-year, NZ $12.2 million cyber security project funded by the Ministry of Business, Innovation, and Employment.
Led by the University of Waikato, CSA is part of the consortium that was awarded the funding and the work which began in November 2014. STRATUS, which is an acronym for Security Technologies Returning Accountability, Transparency and User-centric Services in the Cloud, is an ambitious project that intends to create a suite of novel security tools, techniques and capabilities that will return control of data to cloud computing users. More importantly, it aims to put New Zealand ICT industry onto the world map capitalizing on the global trend in cloud computing, cybersecurity and data analytics.
The STRATUS will run from 2015 – 2021.
STRATUS Project Deliverables
Security Technologies Returning Accountability, Trust and User-centric Services in the Cloud (STRATUS) will create a suite of novel security tools, techniques and capabilities which return control of data to Cloud computing users. The aim is to empower users to be able to control their security of their data in the Cloud and to give companies tools and services to sell.