The University of Luxembourg (Université de Luxembourg) was founded in 2003 as the first and only university of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. It is a multilingual, and international University, strongly focused on research. The University of Luxembourg, as one of the Luxembourg government’s research-driven institutions, aims to drive and foster outreach and awareness of its research results among all relevant stakeholders from government to industry players and standardisation bodies. The University participates in more than 60 research projects funded by the European Union, under a wide range of programmes (including FP7, H2020, LLP, INTERREG, ESF, ESPON, OLAF, ESA, FP7/IMI, ESF/COST, EIB, EIFDG Justice, DG Health). SECAN-Lab conducts internationally competitive fundamental and applied research in computer networking, privacy, and security, namely in the areas of privacy by distribution, network and system security, SCADA and cyber security, Big Data, IoT, vehicular communication and multimodal traffic management, and wireless networks and mobile security. Headed by Prof. Dr. Thomas Engel, SECAN-Lab is composed of a balanced team of established high-level research associates, doctoral candidates and research management professionals spanning across a variety of fields, and with many contributing with a significant industry expertise gained at both national and international levels. SECAN-Lab is an integral part of FSTM as one of their core Research Groups, establishing leading international research and innovation in secure, reliable and trustworthy ICT systems and services. Its innovative projects are embedded in national and European policies, most notably in its efforts to contribute to Luxembourg’s successful economic diversification. Its projects are funded by highly competitive EU programmes (H2020, FP7) and the Luxembourg National Research Fund (FNR). SECAN-Lab also enjoys long-term cooperation with industry partners, including SES, POST, CREOS, TELINDUS (Proximus), Goodyear S.A, where a majority of SECAN-Lab alumni are employed today.