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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:

Heartbleed Threat Situation in Austria

Since April 9, SBA Research performs a daily scan of all Austrian IP addresses (approximately 12 million) due to the acute threat situation. Thereby, 121,420 IP addresses have been identified that respond to an HTTPS request for a webpage. Each server can be home to one or multiple sites. Of… Read More

Katharina Krombholz is invited by the Minister of Technology Doris Bures

On the occasion of the International Women’s Day, the Minister of Technology, Doris Bures, invited Katharina Krombholz, IT security researcher at SBA Research, to the BMVIT for a photo shooting. Katharina Krombholz started her career in research with a funded FEMtech internship and was subsequently offered a full-time employment at… Read More

FH St. Pölten is new scientific partner of SBA Research

Since December 2013, the University of Applied Sciences St. Pölten is a new scientific partner of SBA Research. Alongside the Technical Universities of Vienna and Graz as well as the University of Vienna and the Vienna University of Economics and Business, the FH St. Pölten is not only our fifth… Read More

SBA Research at CCC

Adrian Dabrowski presents his award-winning research on the subject of security in locking systems (FAZ, Wired, heise, Futurezone, derStandard.at, weiterer Artikel derStandard.at, Golem, Golem-Update). Here is the video of his presentation. Haya Shulman takes part in a panel. SBA at 30C3  … Read More

Research Group from Taiwan Visits SBA

During this year’s MoMM conference in Vienna, Prof. Leon S.L.Wang, Prof. i-Hsien Ting und Prof. Wen-Yang Lin (National University of Kaohsiung, Taiwan) as well as Prof. Hung-Yu Kao (National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan) visited SBA Research. During the site visit future cooperation in the fields of social networking, security and… Read More

Keynote at SIN conference

Edgar Weippl gave the opening keynote at this year’s SIN conference in Turkey on “Social Engineering Attacks on the Knowledge Worker and the Digital Native”. Together with Bart Preneel and Josef Pieprzyk, Edgar was on a panel discussion organized by Ali Aydin Selcuk.    … Read More

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