"Toward a Science of Security"
While today much security research is about defending against the attack du jour, there has been theoretical work in computer security and there are the beginnings of a science base for security. This talk will discuss the kinds of questions one might expect a scince base to address.
It will also give examples of how such questions could be answered. Basic concepts in security, such as attack, policy, and enforcement turn out to be surprisingly subtle to define.
April 24, 2014, 4:15-5:15 p.m.
An interview with Professor Dr. Michael Waidner was recently published in International TradeNews. In the interview Professor Waidner talks about the impact this years NSA scandal has had and should have on Europes - and especially Germanys IT security landscape.:
"The renowned IT security expert [...] explains in an interview what companies must do to protect themselves against the different forms of data theft." - (International TradeNews - Journal of Economics, December 6, 2013)
Dr. Haya Shulman, PostDoc at EC-SPRIDE (European Center for Security and Privacy by Design) of TU Darmstadt has won first prize at the Research Award of Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. The award includes prize money of 80,000 Israeli New Shekels, i.e. more than 15,000 Euro.
We invite applications from highly-motivated candidates to join our team. Work with us in the innovative field of IT security.
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In summer 2010, the new master course "IT Security" started at TU Darmstadt.
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