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SBA Research is a research center for Information Security
funded partly by the national initiative for COMET Competence Centers for Excellent Technologies.

Recent News:

ISecLab Blog

The researchers of ISecLab, among them Engin Kirda, just launched a nice blog; http://blog.iseclab.org/ http://twitter.com/iseclaborg/… Read More

D-A-CH Security

On Sep 21 and 22, SBA and the Vienna University of Technology host the D-A-CH Security conference. The proceedings have been edited by Peter Schartner and Edgar Weippl (more…)… Read More

Edgar Weippl joined the editorial board of Computers & Security (COSE)

Elsevier Advanced Technologies publishes 8 issues of Computers & Security (COSE) annually; the journal began publication in 1981, and is concluding publication of volume 29.  It is the oldest journal in print in the area of computing and information security and privacy.   Beginning in 1983, COSE became the official… Read More

Wiener Forschungsfest

SBA is part of the Wiener Forschungsfest, an outreach program to make research results accessible to the general public (more…)… Read More

Verification, Validation, and Evaluation in Information Security Risk Management

Our article “Verification, Validation, and Evaluation in Information Security Risk Management” (Authors: Stefan Fenz and Andreas Ekelhart) got accepted at IEEE Security & Privacy. Check out the preprint at the IEEE Digital Library. Abstract: Over the last four decades, various information security risk management (ISRM) approaches have emerged. However,… Read More

Markus Huber at CMU

Markus Huber will work this summer on his research in Social Networking Privacy and Security at Carnegie Mellon University with Alessandro Acquisti. Read More

Technical report: Friend-In-The-Middle (FITM) Attacks

Abstract. In the ongoing arms race between spammers and the multi-million dollar anti-spam industry, the number of unsolicited e-mail messages (better known as “spam”) and phishing has increased heavily in the last decade. In this paper, we show that our novel friend-in-the-middle attack on social networking sites (SNSs) can be… Read More

“Digital Genome” Safeguards Dying Data Formats

quoted from ACM  Queue: “European researchers have deposited a “digital genome” time capsule inside a data storage facility known as the Swiss Fort Knox, which contains a blueprint that future generations can use to read data stored using obsolete technology. The capsule is the result of the four-year Planets… Read More

ARES 2010 Keynotes online

This year’s ARES conference was a great success. We really enjoyed our two keynotes; the videos of Gene Spafford and Ross Anderson are now online! (more on keynotes…)… Read More

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