Some days ago we visited Porto, the city that held the 16th International Conference on Intelligent Systems Design and Applications (ISDA). Our mate Cristóbal Medina gave a talk titled "On Pollution Attacks In Fully Connected P2P Networks Using Trusted Peers". In this work he shared our progress in P2P network security topics. Especifically in the detection of pollution attacks using Trusted Peers.

As same as in other meettings, there were several interesting talks from international researchers. However, the conference was not only about security but also about other topics like optimization, neural networks or machine learning. In the social side, we had time to speak and share ideas with the rest of attendees. It was a great experience that should be repeat soon.

Cristóbal durante su exposición en ISDA16