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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:

ACM SAC 2010

Today, Stefan Fenz presents the paper “Ontology-based Generation of IT-Security Metrics” at the 25th ACM Symposium on Applied Computing.

ADV zu Gast bei SBA Research zum Thema “Cloud & Virtualization Security”

Mar 2, 2010 @SBA: 17:30 – 17:50, SBA: “Cloud-Tools” und Auswirkungen auf Sicherheitsanforderungen 17:50 – 18:25, SBA-Partner Security Research: Sicherheit und Virtualisierung 18:25 – 19:00, SBA-Partner factline: Bedeutung der Verlässlichkeit und Sicherheit für Zusammenarbeit über Web-Plattformen

Guest talk by Grant Osborne

The ‘Explore, Investigate and Correlate’ (EIC) Conceptual Framework for Digital Forensics Information Visualisation by Grant Osborne, University of  Adelaide, South Australia

Martin Mulazzani at Purdue

From March to May and from August to December 2010 Martin Mulazzani will work on his research in Privacy and Forensics at Purdue University in Elisa Bertino’s group.

Guest lecture by Prof. Rinderle-Ma

Guest lecture by Prof. Rinderle-Ma on “Evolution von organisatorischen Strukturen und deren Effekte in prozessorientierten Informationssystemen”  (Feb 2, 10 am, SBA)… Read More

KIRAS Project: Forensics

SBA Research received a research grant to develop guidelines for forensic analysis of Web 2.0 technologies.

Stanford University

From January to March 2010, Stefan Fenz will work as a visiting scholar at the Stanford Center for Biomedical Informatics Research at Stanford University. He will develop and implement novel methods for the ontology-based generation of Bayesian networks.