SBA Research is a research center for Information Security funded partly by the national initiative for COMET Competence Centers for Excellent Technologies. Within a network of more than 70 companies, 15 Austrian and international universities and research institutions, and many additional international research partners we jointly work on research challenges ranging from organizational to technical security to strengthen Europe’s Cybersecurity capabilities.
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SBA Research is moving!

Our new address: Floragasse 7, 1040 Vienna, Austria Effective on: June 25, 2019 More at: www.sba-research.org/relocation

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Cyber Security Advanced Training Course Held at RACVIAC

Gernot Goluch and Edgar Weippl taught courses on cyber security at RACVIAC in Croatia (more).

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CALGO team @ ICTSS2016

Ludwig Kampel presents the paper „Set-based Algorithms for Combinatorial Test Set Generation” (joint work with Dimitris E. Simos) at ICTSS 2016 taking place October 17 – 19 2016, in Graz.

This paper proposes a modular algorithmic framework for the generation of covering arrays based on the notion of independent family of sets (IFS). Experimental results reported compare favorably to the existing greedy algorithmic techniques for binary covering arrays, the underlying mathematical primitive used to construct test sets in combinatorial testing applications.

CST team @ ICTSS2016

Kristoffer Kleine and Bernhard Garn presented the paper „A Combinatorial Approach to Analyzing Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) Vulnerabilities in Web Application Security Testing” at ICTSS 2016 taking place October 17 – 19 2016, in Graz.

This work is a joint contribution between SBA Research (Dimitris E. Simos, Kristoffer Kleine  and Bernhard Garn) with the University of Texas at Arlington (Laleh Shikh Gholamhossein Ghandehari and Yu Lei) and represents a novel combination of CT with fault-localization techniques to find the root cause of XSS vulnerabilities. As XSS remains in the top web application security risks and this work paves the way for a fully automated analysis of security vulnerabilities of web applications, it is a further strengthening of CST.

SBA Research at the PrivacyWeek

Adrian Dabrowski and Martin Schmiedecker will present at the upcoming PrivacyWeek. This new event is organized by the Chaos Computer Club Wien (c3w.at), and will happen between Oct. 24th and Oct. 30th in Vienna.

You can find the full program including highlights such as the Austrian Big Brother Awards and “Chaos Macht Schule” here.

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Research for Law Enforcement

At this year’s IKT-Sicherheitskonferenz Edgar Weippl gave a presentation on research for law enforcement.

Young Researchers’ Day

SBA Research organizes jointly with the Austrian Computer Society the Young Researchers’ Day, a networking event that brings together students that graduate in information security from all Austrian institutions. This year’s event is co-loated with the IKT-Sicherheitstagung.

Security Classes at TU Wien

Many students attended our presentation on our teaching focus Security at TU Wien. We offer classes ranging from introductory classes for Bachelor students to technically demanding classes at Master level and research-focused lectures for our PhD students.

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SBA @ APWG.EU eCrime CyberSecurity Symposium 2016

Today our Researcher Peter Kieseberg joins the APWG.EU eCrime CyberSecurity Symposium 2016 in Bratislava in the panel discussion on the eCrime Data Exchange. Furthermore, we are proud to be part of the APWG.EU Scientific Committee that took place today.

SBA organizes ACM CCS 2016 in Vienna

CCS 2016 starts soon and media coverage already started (X-Tech, Report.at, Economy.at).

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