21/07/2020

Conference radar for cybersecurity

ATHENE launches new service for researchers in the fields of cybersecurity and data protection

© Fraunhofer SIT

ATHENE helps researchers to plan their scientific publications more easily. For this purpose, a comprehensive overview of the most important scientific conferences on cybersecurity and privacy is available at https://www.athene-center.de/cfp, which can be filtered by event date and submission deadline. Additional filtering options allow for quickly finding suitable publication opportunities of various research topics, while taking into account the scientific reputation of each event listed.

read more

03/07/2020

Counter-espionage solution for eavesdropping devices Alexa & Co.

ATHENE researchers and partners develop device that recognises unauthorised activities

© Richard Mitev

Together with partners from the U.S. and France, an ATHENE research team with members from the TU Darmstadt has developed a device that can detect Smart Home devices that stream audio recordings on the Internet without permission via language assistance.

read more

02/07/2020

ATHENE director becomes advisory board member for association “AI Frankfurt Rhein-Main”

70 institutions in the Rhine Main Area have teamed up in the association “AI Frankfurt Rhein-Main”, AIF, so far. Their objectives are to set up the Rhine Main Area for the application of Artificial Intelligence and to support the citizens in their approach of the possible applications and their benefits. Now, ATHENE director Prof Michael Waidner has also been appointed member of the AIF advisory board. Among other tasks, he will be responsible for the establishment of ethical guidelines in relation to AI applications.

read more

01/07/2020

Success for ATHENE researchers

Ten scientific contributions at cybersecurity conference

ATHENE members from the contributing research institutions Fraunhofer SIT and TU Darmstadt were successfully able to place no less than ten papers at the “International Conference on Availability, Reliability and Security”, ARES for short. ARES highlights different aspects of security, focusing mainly on the crucial connection between availability, reliability and security.

read more

01/07/2020

ATHENE researcher in the organizing team of the Computer Science in Cars Symposium

Prof. Christoph Krauß, head of the department Cyber-Physical Systems and Automotive Security at Fraunhofer SIT and Professor for Network Security at the Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences, is one of the program co-chairs of the Science in Cars Symposium, CSCS for short.

read more

30/06/2020

Colour barcode in its way to becoming ISO standardised

Fraunhofer guides JAB Code toward standardisation: globally uniform regulations for data exchange and practical application

© Fraunhofer SIT

The JAB Code, developed by ATHENE researchers at the Fraunhofer SIT, is on its way to becoming ISO standardised inter­nationally. JAB Code – Just Another Bar Code – is meant to be ISO-standard by 2022. Thanks to the globally unified regulations for data formats and their applied usage, device manufacturers as well as operator businesses will receive planning security for innovative inventions – an important prerequisite for a successful distribution of the JAB Code in the industry.

read more

24/06/2020

Wise counsel for cybersecurity publishes first report

Prof Matthias Hollick gives recommendations for a digitally smart city in the future

© Katrin Binner

The “Weisenrat für Cyber-Sicherheit” (wise counsel) by the Cyber Security Cluster Bonn gives recommendations on improved security during the digital transformation to the politics and economics departments in its first report. ATHENE researcher Prof Matthias Hollick of the TU Darmstadt is one of six members of the counsel. He describes the thematic as the focus on how future cities have to be constructed to raise resilience and security for critical information and communication structures while simultaneously securing its citizens’ privacy.

read more

24/06/2020

Success for ATHENE researchers at the Design Automation Conference

ATHENE researcher Prof Ahmad Reza-Sadeghi of the TU Darmstadt successfully placed a paper at the at this year’s Design Automation Conference (DAC). DAC is considered one of the most relevant conferences for the designing and design automation of electronic circuits and systems. To system designers, logics and circuit engineers, as well as employees and leaders in many branches, but also to researchers at leading universities, they offer an ideal platform for the exchange of information and networking.

read more

22/06/2020

A good start with the subsidy program StartUpSecure

A year into support phase I, PERUN presents its optimistic results and aims for business foundation in 2020

© Ann-Kathrin Braun

Since July last year, PERUN has been supported by the startup project ProChain, led by Sebastian Faust, professor at the department of Applied Cryptography at the TU Darmstadt and his team together with StartUpSecure of the BMBF in support phase I.

read more

19/06/2020

Study on Risk Cultures and Social Media Use in Emergencies

ATHENE researchers publish study on risk cultures in social media

The members of the research group “PEASEC – Science and Technology for Peace and Security” lead by ATHENE researcher Prof Christian Reuter at the TU Darmstadt have published a European study with the topic: “The impact of risk cultures: Citizens’ perception of social media use in emergencies across Europe”. The study was conducted in cooperation with the University of Siegen and the Tavistock Institute (London) and had initially been published in the journal Technological Forecasting and Social Change. Now, it has also been published as an article by the Federal Office of Civil Protection and Disaster Assistance.

read more

Seite 1 von 49
next page