Kick off for project QuantumRISC: Cryptography for the car of the future

State Secretary Michael Meister hands over approval | Fraunhofer SIT and TU Darmstadt are among the project partners

Dr. Michael Meister, Parliamentary State Secretary of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research, presented the approval decision for the QuantumRISC project to the Fraunhofer SIT today. The project deals with how future embedded systems - especially in the car of the future - can be secured by cryptography, even against attacks with quantum computers. Project partners are Continental, Elektrobit, the RheinMain University of Applied Sciences, the Darmstadt MTG AG, the Ruhr University Bochum, the TU Darmstadt and the Fraunhofer SIT, which leads the project.

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Serious vulnerabilities in TwitterKit for iOS

Fraunhofer SIT warns app developers: Stop using and sharing TwitterKit for iOS

The TwitterKit for iOS 3.4.2, which uses numerous apps to communicate with Twitter, has serious security holes that can lead to identity theft, account abuse and data loss. This was discovered by CRISP researchers at the Fraunhofer SIT in Darmstadt.

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Best Paper Award for CRISP-researchers at ESORICS 2019

CRISP researchers Jacqueline Brendel, Marc Fischlin and Felix Günther at the TU Darmstadt received the Best Paper Award for their paper Breakdown Resilience of Key Exchange Protocols: NewHope, TLS 1.3, and Hybrids at the European Symposium on Research in Computer Security, shortly ESORICS 2019 ".

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CRISP researchers introduce new tool for automated software analysis at it-sa

New code scanner finds software vulnerabilities without source code

Software errors and security holes can cause billions of dollars in damage, ruin a company's reputation, and in the worst case, endange people's security. That's why CRISP researchers at the Fraunhofer SIT have developed VUSC - the code scanner. VUSC - short for Vulnerability Scanner - helps companies and developers  to locate vulnerabilities in third-party codes in minutes.

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#Pragma Conference 2019

Rachid El Khayari talks about App Security Essentials

#Pragma Conference is the first inter­national conference in Italy entirely dedicated to iOS, macOS, watchOS and tvOS Development.  It is a great place to meet and connect with experienced developers from all over Europe. In his lecture CRISP researcher Rachid El Khayari talks about App Security Essentials.

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acatech HORIZONTE: Event series Blockchain in Society and National Security

Panel discussion with Dr. Haya Shulman

As part of the "Blcockchain in Society and National Security" event series a panel discussion on "Blockchain and Transatlantic Security - Challenges and Opportunities of Blockchain Beyond Bitcoin" will take place. The event is organized by by acatech HORIZONTE and the Bavarian American Academy. Qualified experts in blockchain technology discuss current and future challenges to national security policy in the Western world. Chair of panel discussion is Dr. Haya Shulman at the Fraunhofer SIT.

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CRISP paper on private speech recognition

Successful submissions from CRISP researchers

Several research groups in CRISP are concerned with private speech processing and recognition. Among them are the research group ENCRYPTO at TU Darmstadt headed by Prof. Thomas Schneider and the team led by Prof. Christoph Busch from Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences. The researchers from the TU Darmstadt have been able to place four papers at top conferences and journals, two of them were created in cooperation with Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences.

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First "Deutscher KI-Preis" goes to CRISP researcher at the TU Darmstadt

Award for Prof. Kristian Kersting and his team

The "Machine Learning Lab", headed by CRISP researcher Prof. Kristian Kersting at the TU Darmstadt, receives the "Deutschen KI-Preis", which was awarded for the first time by the business magazine BILANZ. The prize was awarded at a festive event with around 200 guests from research, business, art and culture as well as the tech and start-up scene in Berlin on 26 September. 

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#Digiforum „Quantencomputer – Gefahr für die Cyber-Sicherheit?“

Vortrag von CRISP-Wissenschaftlerin Dr. Juliane Krämer

Das nächste #Digiforum schlägt einen Bogen von den generellen Möglichkeiten des Quantencomputing hin zur aktuellen Situation der Post-Quantum-Kryptografie in universitärer Forschung und praktischer Umsetzung. Eine der Vortragenden ist Dr. Juliane Krämer von der TU Darmstadt. Sie spricht über "Aktuelle He­raus­for­de­rung­en der Post-Quantum-Kryptographie (PQC)".

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Building Automation Conference

Keynote from CRISP researcher Dr. Thorsten Henkel

In his opening keynote at the Building Automation Conference (BAC) Dr. Thorsten Henkel, head of department Industrial Security Solutions at the Fraunhofer SIT,  talks about "Enhance your Perspective – IT-Security as an Enabling Factor for the Building Industry". Two parallel conferences are held at the BAC. Thorsten Henkel speaks at the BACnet Cyber Security Conference on September 26.

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