Kick-off: Intel Collaborative Research Institute for Autonomous & Resilient Systems (ICRI-CARS)

Successful collaboration continues

To today's opening ceremony of the ICRI-CARS, well-known cybersecurity experts met in Darmstadt. In his role as director of CARS Lab at TU Darmstadt Prof. Ahmad-Reza Sadeghi, CYSEC [at] TU Darmstadt, welcomed the participants. Distinguished experts will be speaking at this event on various key security and safety topics.

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Announcement of the 7th German Prize for IT-Security 2018

Registration is possible from 11.10.2017 to 17.11.2017

„Made in Ger­ma­ny“ stands for quality - and this is also represented by the IT-Security in Germany. Promoting innovations in the highly specialized field of IT-Security is the aim of the German Prize for IT-Security, which is now awarded for the 7th time by the Horst Görtz Foundation.

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Digitale Signature defies quantum computer

Scientists of TU Darmstadt and genua gmbh are presenting salable post-quantum signature techniques at it-sa

In 2014 TU Darmstadt and genau started the research project quantum computer-resistant signature techniques for practical use. After three years work in the area of the so called Hash-based signatures they are now able to protect product-updates with post-quantum sigantures thanks to a successful copertation. Within a closing event the project "squareUP" was presented at it-sa in Nuremberg.

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European Cyber Security Month (ECSM)

October is about cybersecurity. Numerous activities are designed to strengthen the awareness of cybersecurity among citizens, business and administration.

ECSM is the EU’s annual awareness campaign that takes place each October across Europe. The aim is to raise awareness of cyber security threats, promote cyber security among citizens and organizations; and provide resources to protect themselves online, through education and sharing of good practices.

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Konrad-Zuse-Medal for Johannes Buchmann

Deputy CRISP-Speaker receives award for recognition of his achievements in Computer Science

Yesterdas evening Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Johannes Buchmann was awarded the  Konrad-Zuse-Medal for achievements in computer science on behalf of the German Informatics Society (Gesellschaft für Informatik e.V.). Prof. Dr.-Ing. Peter Liggesmeyer, President of the German Informatics Society: „Mit Johannes Buchmann ehrt die Gesellschaft für Informatik einen herausragenden Wissenschaftler, der die Entwicklung der Cyber­sicher­heits­for­schung in Deutschland und weltweit maßgeblich geprägt hat.“

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Fraunhofer IUK Dissertation Award goes to CRISP-Scientist

Siegfried Rasthofer of Fraunhofer SIT is awarded for his dissertation

Dr. Siegfried Rasthofer, Fraunhofer SIT, is awarded this years ICT Dissertation Award for his dissertation "Improving Mobile-Malware Investigations with Static and Dynamic Code Analysis Techniques".

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Cornerstone for Cybersecurity at TU Darmstadt

Ceremonial start of construction of new building for IT-Security Research at Kantplatz

Today the structural construction for the new building for IT-Security Research at TU Darmstadt began with a cornerstone ceremony. The center at Kantplatz, costing almost 18.4 million Euro, is funded by the Federation, the State (Hessen) and the TU Darmstadt. In the future the Profile Area Cybersecurity (CYSEC) at TU Darmstadt is going to do their research there.

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Leetcon 2017

CRISP-Scientist informs about new methods of IT-Forensics

With the motto "Security Transformation" the IT-Security-Scene is meeting for the second time at ExpoWal Hannover. Prof. Martin Steinebach of Fraunhofer SIT speaks on 19. Oktober abour new methods of IT-Forensics.

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"Best Paper Award Runner-Up" at the ARES 2017 conference for CRISP researchers

David Bernhard, Oksana Kulyk and Melanie Volkamer received the „Best Paper Award Runner-Up“ for their Paper "Security Proofs for Participation Privacy, Receipt-Freeness and Ballot Privacy for the Helios Voting Scheme" at the The 12th International Conference on Availability, Reliability and Security (ARES 2017). In addition, the authors will have free attendance at the next ARES conference, coming up in 2018.

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Medientage München

CRISP-Scientist speaks on the topic of "Cyberattacken, Fake News, Hatespeech & Co."

At the MEDIENTAGE-Exhibition TV- and radio provieder, online and mobile media, technology provider and inter-trade organizations are presenting themselves. The main themes of the exhibition range from Digital Broadcasting and Publishing to Games, Radio & Audio, Smart TV, Streaming, Video on Demand and much more. Prof. Martin Steinebach of Fraunhofer SIT speaks on the topic of "Cyberattacken, Fake News, Hatespeech & Co. - Die Medienwirtschaft als kritische (gesellschaftliche) Infrastruktur".

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