City of the future

Prof. Michael Waidner presents Digital City Darmstadt

At the event "City of the future", experts will discuss what makes a city and what the cities of the future look like. Together with Jochen Partsch, Lord Mayor of Darmstadt, Prof. Michael Waidner introduces the Digital City of Darmstadt  and explains what characterize the city, which has been renamed Germany's Future City for four times.

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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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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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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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Darmstadt signature procedure is in the competition for standardization

"qTESLA" guarantees security even in the age of quantum computers

Whether WhatsApp, online shopping or software updates: we use cryptographic procedures consciously or unconsciously to protect our data from unpleasant listeners many times a day . The security of the standard RSA process, which currently secures most of the communication on the Internet, is based on the fact that our present computers do not have enough computing power to break these procedures. A quantum computer would be able to do so, that means the communication would no longer be trustworthy. For example, one could then no longer be sure that the online transfer also arrives at the right recipient. To prevent this, researchers have been developing so-called "post-quantum methods" for years, i.e. methods and algorithms that will still be safe in the age of quantum computers.

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WI 2019

CRISP Researchers of the TU Darmstadt publish three Paper

Researchers of the TU Darmstadt were able to place a total of five at the 14th International Conference of Information Systems, short Wi, 2019. The conference, which takes place every two years, is one of the leading conferences in the field of business informatics in the German-speaking world. In 2019, the motto is "Human Practice - Digital Ecologies - Our Future".

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Cyber protection for charging stations

CRISP researchers show the first developed protection measures for charging stations

How can electric charging stations be better protected against hacker attacks? The Fraunhofer Institute for Secure Information Technology, SIT showed how operators can protect their charging stations against manipulation and data theft at the networking conference Electromobility in Berlin.

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EU Non-Proliferation and Disarmament Consortium

CRISP researchers of the TU Darmstadt are admitted to the EU consortium

The research group Science and Technology for Peace and Security (PEASEC), led by CRISP researcher Prof. Christian Reuter, deals with the importance of IT for security, peace and security. On the one hand, researchers are investigating the resilience of IT infrastructures (eg as targets in conflict situations) and, on the other, the role of IT applications (eg interactive and collaborative technologies and social media), to prevent and manageconflicts, crises and disasters. With this expertise, PEASEC was admitted to the EU Non-Proliferation and Disarmament Consortium on November 14, 2018.

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GDNÄ elects representative for Board of Management

Prof. Johannes Buchmann is elected expert representative for the subject group Computer Science / Mathematics

Every two years, members of the Gesellschaft Deutscher Naturforscher und Ärzte e. V. (GDNÄ) elect one expert each in the disciplines of chemistry, physics, biology, medicine, mathematics and engineering. The representatives to be elected are proposed by the Board of Management and elected to the Board of Directors for a term of four years in a written procedure. CRISP spokesman Prof. Johannes Buchmann, CYSEC [at] TU Darmstadt, was elected as a representative for the subject group computer science / mathematics for the term 2019-2022.

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iBlockchain Kick-off Meeting

Use blockchain technologies efficiently and safely for industrial applications

CRISP researchers from the TU Darmstadt and other partners from industry and research form a consortium to develop decentralized technologies for the next generation of intelligent industrial production. The research project called iBlockchain is funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF).

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