A Recipe againt the Might of Quantum Computers

Signatur Procedure from Darmstadt could soon secure updates world-wide

 A team of CRISP-speaker Professor Johannes Buchmann of TU Darmstadt developed a quantum computers secure procedure for digital signatures, which is now a common internet standard.
Dramatic advances in the development of quantum computers, is a cause for concern regarding the future security of the internet, as the superfast computers can hack common encoding and digital signatures in no time at all. Hence, researcher world-wide are developing new security procedures that are supposed to be immune against attacks from quantum computers, so-called post-quantum-cryptography.

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CRISP Speaker is invited to the Bundestag as an Expert

Prof. Johannes Buchmann talks about Quantum Computers and IT Security in front of the Commitee for Digital Agenda

The 11. session of their legislative period the Committee of Digital Agenda deals with the current state  of the development of quantum computers.  CRISP speaker Prof. Johannes Buchmann, CYSEC [at] TU Darmstadt, took part in the public hearing as one of seven invited experts.

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Prof. Mira Mezini is being honored as an Outstanding Personality with Migration Background

CRISP-Researcher and vice president of TU Darmstadt, Prof. Mira Mezini, is being honored as an outstanding personality with a migration background by the Hessian Minister for social and integration issues, Stefan Grüttner, in castle Biebrich in Wiesbaden.

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Eurographics Gold Medal 2018 goes to Prof. Dieter Fellner

Great Honor for CRISP-Speaker of Fraunhofer IGD

For his extraordinary carrier and merits for the advancements of computer graphics, Prof. Dr. techn. Dieter W. Fellner, Fraunhofer IGD,  was honored and distinguished. However the inter­national research organization for computer graphics didn't award Fellner the gold medal just for his research: He was also honored for the leading position he has been holding for years at the Eurographics Association.

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Cyberscurity Research from Darmstadt presents itself at the largest Fair for Information Technology world-wide

The CRISP-partners Fraunhofer SIT and Fraunhofer IGD show their newest development and innovative solutions at CEBIT in Hanover from 11. until 15. June. Dr. Reiner Wichert, managing director of CRISP gives an overview of the cyber security research of Darmstadt on Wednesday  June 13, 2018 at 13:00 o'clock at the joint stand Digitales Hessen in hall 17 | stand E44.

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14. International Meeting Information Systems

CRISP-Researcher is chairman of the track "Crisis and Continuity Management "

At the inter­national meeting information systems 2019 (WI) there are several interesting, scientific tracks on burning issues.  Prof. Christian Reuter, CYSEC [at] TU Darmstadt, leads the tracks "Crisis and Continuity Management", together with Prof. Stefan Stieglitz, University of Duisburg-Essen and Dr. Marén Schorch, University of Siegen.

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PROTECTIVE starts Test Operation

EU-Project strengthens Cyber Security

The European project PROTECTIVE (Proactive Risk Management through Improved Cyber Situational Awareness) initiated the test operation of a system that allows the automatic sharing of security information. On the part of the TU Darmstadt the CRISP-researcher Prof. Max Mühlhäuser takes part in PROTECTIVE with his research group. The researchers from Darmstadt bring their expertise in the field of Computational Trust Managements to judge and visualize the quality of the threat data.

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Second Funding Phase for Crypthograpy- Special Research Area CROSSING granted

Great achievement for Cybersecurity Research of Darmstadt

On May 17, the Deutsche For­schungs­gemeinschaft (DFG) granted the second funding phase for the special research area CROSSING, that exists at TU Darmstadt since 2014. From 2018 until 2022 CROSSING will be granted an additional 10 Million Euro.

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BMBF-Innovation Forum "Civil Security" 2018

CRISP-Scientist discusses in Panel the current Security topics of Civil Society

Prof. Christian Reuter, CYSEC [at] TU Darmstadt, is member of a panel discussion of this years innovation forum "Civil Society" of the BMBF. Combined with Prof. Wolf-Dieter Lukas, BMBF; Dr. Janina Lara Dressler, Deutscher Feuerwehrverband; Matthias Oel, European Commission – General Directorate for Migration and Interior and Gerald Richter, corporate security Deutsche Bahn he discusses about topics such as " Analog and Digital Competence - Implications for Personal", "Digitalization and Networking – Perspectives dealing with biological Dangers" as well as "Safe travel, even under the Surface".

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Digital Future 2018

CRISP-researcher holds keynote

Deputy speaker of CRISP Prof. Michael Waidner is one of the keynote-speakers at the Digital Future Science Match 2018. The Digital Future Science Match is a inter­national computer conference that takes place every spring in Berlin, in honor of the invention of the  Z3 computer from Konrad Zuse in May 1941.

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