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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:

sec4dev 2021 Recap – Women in IT: We are no Aliens!

In the pioneering days of information technology, women played an essential role – well-known examples are Ada Lovelace, who developed an algorithm and is considered the first female programmer ever, or Dorothy Vaughan, whose work contributed significantly to… Read More

SBA confirmed as Qualified Body (QuaSte)

Energy providers, banks or even healthcare organizations, if identified as operators of essential services, must ensure that their network and information systems are as resilient as possible in crisis situations. They are therefore required by the EU Directive on security of network and information systems (the NIS Directive), implemented… Read More

AustrianStartups – SBA proud to support the community!

SBA Research joined AustrianStartups as supporting partner. We will provide expertise in the fields of Privacy, Data Protection and Security by offering talks, trainings and mentoring. We are looking forward to exciting new collaborations within the growing start up community in Austria and to establishing ourselves as a contact point… Read More

LSZ IT-Security Cyber Lounge moderated by Stefan Jakoubi

In the 17th episode of the LSZ webinar series on April 13, Stefan Jakoubi talked with Jörg Schauff (CrowdStrike’s Threat Intel expert) about the “CrowdStrike Global Threat Report” as well as Walter Feichtinger (President of the Center for Strategic Analysis CSA) gave interesting insights on the topic… Read More

SBA-K1 – 2nd research period started

SBA-K1, our main strategic research endeavor, has been granted continued funding for the period 2017-2025 under the FFG COMET (Competence Centers for Excellent Technologies) K1-Centres program line. The first four years of our current COMET period (2017 – 2021) have been tremendously successful. We were able to… Read More