21/03/2019

Cyber Security Cluster Bonn

Prof. Matthias Hollick is appointed to the committee of wise people

As part of the two-day Cyber Security Tech Summit Europe, the Cyber Security Cluster Bonn e.V. presented the first members of its "council of wise people". One of the six security experts is CRISP researcher Prof. Matthias Hollick from TU Darmstadt. 

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21/03/2019

Hannover Messe 2019

CRISP researchers present new IT security solutions for digital production

Protecting machines and components from IT attacks, manipulation or product piracy is one of the key challenges for our companies. CRISP researchers of the Fraunhofer SIT will be showing its latest developments from April 1st to 5th, 2019 at the Hannover Messe.

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15/03/2019

Initiative „IT-Sicherheit in der Wirtschaft“

Ute Richter from the Darmstadt Digital Hub Cybersecurity is appointed to the steering committee

The steering committee of the "IT Security in the Economy" initiative of the Federal Ministry of Economics and Energy (BMWi) will  advise and support the initiative in its various measures to promote and implement IT security measures. Members of the Steering Committee are IT security experts from business, science and administration. This includes Ute Richter, Managing Director of the Digital Hub Cybersecurity in Darmstadt.

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04/03/2019

International Research Collaboration: Cybersecurity meets Artificial Intelligence

New joint research centre CYSMICS for artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning by TU Darmstadt and University of California, San Diego

As attackers have increasing incentives to attack machine learning algorithms, cybersecurity researchers have to develop new defences throughout all layers of IT system: algorithm design, software, and underlying hardware. Moreover, as popularity in AI spikes and competition rapidly grows, protection of Intellectual Property (IP) for pre-trained machine learning models is of unprecedented importance. The rise of embedded and IoT (Internet of Things) devices poses an additional challenge to the development of lightweight secure systems powered by machine learning.

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01/03/2019

German - Israeli Business Forum on Cyber Security

Keynote by Dr. Michael Kreutzer from Fraunhofer SIT

Top-class security experts and company representatives from Israel and Germany discuss the current threat situation, suitable strategies and sensible solution options for companies in cyber security. CRISP researcher Dr. Michael Kreutzer from Fraunhofer SIT speaks the keynote about "Safeguard Smart City Infrastructure".

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25/02/2019

Embedded World

Fraunhofer SIT presents cybersecurity for charging stations

Anyone who wants electromobility needs a functioning charging station infrastructure. To prevent attacks on the charging station network, cybersecurity has to be integrated right from the start.  To make secure and privacy-friendly charging and billing possible as well as to protect customers and operators of charging stations and connected infrastructures, researchers of the Fraunhofer Institute for Secure Information Technology SIT have developed solutions. They will present their results at Embedded World in Nürnberg end of this week. In his talk CRISP researcher Andreas Fuchs, Fraunhofer SIT, give information about "Enabling TPM2.0 with an Open Source Software Stack for Industrial and Automotive Applications".

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05/02/2019

Roadmap to Cybersecurity Research

Collaborative project secUnity presents recommendations in Brussels

30 renowned European IT security experts, including researchers of the National Research Center for Applied Cybersecurity CRISP, have been identified how to address digital threats at the European level. Under the coordination of the BMBF joint project secUnity, they elaborated the secUnity roadmap. During today's presentation in Brussels, the roadmap will be officially handed over to the European Agency for Network and Information Security ENISA.

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04/02/2019

IRSE Presidential Programme Technical Meeting

Prof. Katzenbeisser talks about “Challenges in Designing Secure and Resilient Railway Command and Control Systems"

The fifth Presidential Programme Technical Meeting for 2018-19 of the Institution of Railway Signaling Engineers (IRSE) comprises two talks, both exploring Cybersecurity in Railway Signalling. CRISP researcher Prof. Stefan Katzenbeisser, TU Darmstadt, talks about “Challenges in Designing Secure and Resilient Railway Command and Control Systems”.

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01/02/2019

Eurocrypt 2019

CRISP Researchers of the TU Darmstadt publish Paper

Two papers from CRISP-researchers have been accepted at the 38th Annual International Conference on the Theory and Applications of Cryptographic Techniques (Eurocrypt 2019). EUROCRYPT is one of the three most important conferences of the International Association for Cryptologic Research (IACR). The conference addresses all aspects of cryptology, including theoretical foundations, cryptographic schema usage, cryptanalysis of widely used standards, cryptographic protocols, quantum cryptography, and cryptographic currencies.

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