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.