SBA Research moved to a new location!
|Our new address: Floragasse 7, 1040 Vienna, Austria||Effective since: June 25, 2019||More at: www.sba-research.org/relocation|
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.
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.
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.
Edgar Weippl gave a presentation on how to engage students in information security research and explained some of the current research challenges.
Casting one’s ballot is not just a right but a duty; one might argue that privacy protection requires a similar approach. Edgar Weippl in an interview with Factor.
SBA Research contributed the article “Privacy Aware Machine Learning and the Right to be Forgotten” by Bernd Malle, Peter Kieseberg, Sebastian Schrittwieser, and Andreas Holzinger.
Edgar Weippl explained why applied security research is important to solve today’s and future problems; Jan Camenisch (IBM Research) showed some of his fundamental work that later lead to his Advanced ERC Grant and Dirk Helbing (ETH Zurich) picked up on the topic of New Enlightenment and emphasized that we all need to work hard to keep the freedoms we take for granted.
Read the report: Report Technology Outlook
Today is the first day of the 21th European Symposium on Research in Computer Security (ESORICS 2016). Two of our researchers, Stefan Brunthaler and Johanna Ullrich, are attending; Johanna is presenting her paper on attacks exploiting Xen rate limits tomorrow. ESORICS 2016 takes place from 28-30 September 2016 in Heraklion, Crete, and is A-ranked according to the CORE ranking.