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The IT Security group, from left to right: Rafael Kurek, André Birke, David Niehues, Carmen Buschmeyer, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Tibor Jager, Kai Gellert, Dr. Saqib Kakvi, Peter Chvojka Show image information

The IT Security group, from left to right: Rafael Kurek, André Birke, David Niehues, Carmen Buschmeyer, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Tibor Jager, Kai Gellert, Dr. Saqib Kakvi, Peter Chvojka

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Novel technologies like Cloud Computing, Ubiquitous Computing, Big Data, Service Oriented Architectures, Industry 4.0, and the Internet of Things come with many novel attack surfaces. This yields a huge demand for security mechanisms that are usable in practice, even on simple and "lightweight" devices, and must achieve security properties that go significantly beyond classical security goals.

Our mission is to provide a solid foundation for the design and security analysis of applications that communicate over insecure networks. We develop techniques that can safely be used to realize secure network communication for a modern digital society.

News

/upb/hack was ranked best german team at the Midnight Sun CTF, Stockholm

| /upb/hack was ranked eighth in the Midnight Sun CTF. On April 14th and 15th, the team from Paderborn left hackers from prestigious german and international universities behind and qualified for the final in June 2018 in Stockholm.

Tibor Jager joins 25th ACM CCS program committee

| Tibor Jager joins the program committee of the 25th ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security (ACM CCS), which will be held in Toronto, Canada from October 15, 2018 to October 19, 2018. ACM CCS is one of the leading and most...

Project group on Forward-Secure 0-RTT protocols

| The IT security group is offering a Project Group (PG) about Forward-Secure 0-RTT protocols, starting in Summer 2018. Such 0-RTT protocols are currently a hot topic in research and industry, many Internet global players are extremely interested in...

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