Due to three conferences taking place in vienna, the Austrian Computer Society decided to declare the “Week of Informatics” from the 24th to 28th of September 2007. SBA will participate and present itself and its work during this week.
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Secure Business Austria presents in Cooperation with the Information &
Software Engineering Group (Technical University of Vienna) the annual study “Status Quo Business Process Management”: Click here for more details and results »
SBA forensics expert Andreas Tomek interviewed on Radio Salzburg on IT-Forensics.
SBA in corporation with the Secure Systems Lab, Vienna University of Technology present their new research work work on ad-hoc malware analysis. Anubis allows the user to analyse malware samples or executables.
General Manager of SBA Markus Klemen provides details about the current situation of criminal use of malware and the use behavioral analysis as countermeasure. Download the article and interview as pdf »
Scientific Director of Secure Business Austria Edgar Weippl and Marion Brandsteidl (TU Vienna) won the E-Learning Award 2006/07 of the Vienna University of Technology for their outstanding lecture on security.
On the 1st of march SBA forensics expert Andreas Tomek lectured an introduction to IT-Forensics in the course of the anual IKT-Forum at the technical college Salzburg/Urstein.
Knowledge Transfer: University alumni present their work
This short article, published in the Austrian technology newspaper “economy”, stresses the differences of risk management approaches for small and medium-sized enterprises (SME) in contrast to large corporations. It describes SBA’s current research in the area of security ontologies in a nutshell.
In this video, SBA security researcher Andreas Tomek demonstrates live how easy it is to break a WEP (wireless encryption protocol) protected WLAN infrastructure. The video is part of ongoing research on both wireless encryption protocols and e-learning in IT-Security.
We received a 2.5-year research grant for five researchers.
Photos © Fotodienst / Anna Rauchenberger