Michael Waidner speaks in the main commitee of the Hessian Parliament
The FDP-Party put in an urgent request concerning Hessen 4.0 – Agenda Digital Hessen. CRISP-speaker Prof. Michael Waidner, Fraunhofer SIT and (CYSEC) TU Darmstadt, speaks in the public hearing on Wednesday, 16.08. in the Hessian Parliament.
New project results published
Within the project "SeDaFa" – self data protection for networked vehicles - CRISP-scientists at TU Darmstadt and Fraunhofer SIT along with other project partners are developing solutions, which allow car users to decide themselves, which vehicle data is made accessible. Now they have published first results.
Software AG gets scientific expertise on the evaluation of technology trends
The Software AG started a new Scientific Advisory Board to be able to classify future trend topics economically as well as scientifically despite the speed and complexity. CRISP-speaker Prof. Michael Waidner, Fraunhofer SIT and CYSEC [at] TU Darmstadt, is one of the currently six external members of the Scientific Advisory Board.
Hessen schafft Wissen: about the Cybersecurity Research at TU Darmstadt
Part 2 of the report about cybersecurity research at University of Applied Science Darmstadt in online on the web page of "Hessen schafft Wissen". Besides the information about the co-operative degree program IT-Security the report is about ,AusweisApp2´, which has been developed by the study group UCS of Prof. Andreas Heinemann.
New cooperation in the Cybersecurity Sector
The threat of potential cyber-attacks gains more and more in signifigance. The protection of private devices, corporate networks and critical infrastructures is a far-reaching concern, which can only be realized with special knowledge and methods. From fall onwards students, scientist as well as companies are able to learn how to develope and simultaneously safeguard innovative applications and solutions in the areas of Cybersecurity, Big Data Analytics and Artifical Intellegence at the "Open Digital Lab" of TU Darmstadt.
Reports in hessenschau and ARD Nachtmagazin
With purposfully placed bait - so called Honeypots - researchers from the research group of Prof. Max Mühlhäuser, CYSEC [at] TU Darmstadt, set traps to attract hackers. Almost minute-by-minute attacs are registered. The reseachers receive countless information about cyber-attacs and develope defence strategies.
Research group SECUSO, CYSEC [at] TU Darmstadt, has started with new project
The research project "INVOLVE - INternet VOting UsabLe and VErifiable" has started. The goal of INVOLVE is to investigate and optimize the usability of verification mechanisms in Internet voting systems.
Prof. Kay Hamacher of the Biology Department is involved in the HiGHmed-Project
CRISP-Member CYSEC [at] TU Darmstadt is involved in the HiGHmed-Consortium as an academic project partner. The project is supported by a total of 30 million Euro within the context of the Medical-Informatics-Initiative of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF). The new funding concept is to strengthen medical research and to improve patient care.
Exchange of Cybersecurity and Data Privacy in Germany and the USA
Yesterday the US Consul General in Frankfurt, James W. Hermann, hosted a "Luncheon" on Cybersecurity. Approximatly 15 representatives from industry and authorities of the greater Frankurt-Rhein-Main area were invited, among them Dr. Haya Schulman and Prof. Michael Waidner of CRISP/Fraunhofer SIT as the only representatives from science.