Collaborative project Energy Innovation Center is accepted! The Chair of IT Security becomes funding for six positions for four years, including the establishment of a Young Investigator Research Group.
Our module Introduction to Cyber Security is nominated for BTU teaching award and is in the final round of the competition.
Congratulations to our student, Ms. Zineb Selsouli, for DAAD Award 2021!
Werner Boie Prize 2020 for power plant research in relation to IT security goes to our employee Ms Franka Schuster. Congratulations!
Our paper "TrafficSliver: Fighting Website Fingerprinting Attacks with Traffic Splitting" accepted at the top-level security conference ACM CCS 2020
BMBF project WAIKIKI: Knowledge-based Anomaly Detection using Artificial Intelligence in Critical Infrastructures (WAIKIKI) is accepted (two full-time researcher positions for Chair of IT Security@BTU). Together with three companies, one university and three large energy producers, the Chair of IT Security@BTU (project coordinator) will work for three years (2020 - 2023) on the development and evaluation of innovative methods for a self-learning detection of anomalies caused by attacks with a focus on communication networks in the field of energy supply.
BMBF project KISS_KI: Artificial Intelligence for simple and transferable protection of Critical Infrastructures (KISS_KI Simple & Scalable) is accepted. Together with four companies, two research institutions, and two water supply facilities, the Chair of IT Security@BTU will work for three years (2020 - 2023) on the development and evaluation of novel methods for protection and attack detection on industrial facilities of water supply companies.
Funding approved for three full-time researcher positions (years 2020-2022) for the Chair of IT Security@BTU within EU (EFRE StaF) project INtelligent Security and Privacy for an Innovative REgion (INSPIRE) for tackling security and privacy issues in three use cases: smart city, energy networks of the future, and industry 4.0.