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Corona variants: Tackle the bioinformatics bottleneck!

In a commentary in “Nature”, Prof. Stamatakis explains what we can and what we can not infer about the mutation processes of SARS CoV 2 using computational tools.. [03.03.2021]

Das BlurryBox-Verfahren wurde 2014 von KASTEL entwickeltPatrick Langer, KIT
KIT Strengthens IT Security Research

10 Years in the Service of Cybersecurity: KASTEL Continues its Successful Research in KIT's New Institute for Information Security and Reliability. [24.02.2021]

Outstanding Dissertation Award der EDAAKIT-Fakultät für Informatik / Dennis Gnad
Dissertation Award for Dennis Gnad

EDAA's Outstanding Dissertation Award for PhD in Computer Engineering [22/02/2021].

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Innovation Award for Karlsruhe Medical Robotics

In the "KIRuRC" project, autonomous robots will take over surgical tasks [10/02/2021].



SWC-Alumni Vortrag: “Security in Industrial Environments”

SWC-Alumni Vortrag: “Security in Industrial Environments”

2021-03-11online via ZOOM
Der Software Campus-Alumniverein hat eine Vortragsreihe ins Leben gerufen, einmal pro Quartal geht es um die fachliche Expertise unserer Alumni und Alumnae. Als zweites spricht am 11. März, 20 Uhr, Anne Borcherding (Master am KIT, heute Fraunhofer IOSB) über Security in Industrial Environments. Die Teilnahme ist offen für jeden.
Titel: Security in Industrial Environments
Abstract: Industrial Control Systems (ICS) are used to control and monitor industrial environments such as production or chemical processes. Due to their elementary role in critical infrastructure, ICS pose an interesting target for attacker. This is why it is necessary to secure ICS, to close vulnerabilities, and to make them more robust against attacks.
In this talk, we will dive into the art of industrial ethical hacking, vulnerability scanning, and fuzzing. This will come along with an overview of the state-of-the-art in the field of industrial security. In addition, this talk will give information on different recent attacks and vulnerabilities such as TRITON and Ripple20.
CV: Anne Borcherding (M.Sc.) graduated from the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) in 2018 with a Master’s degree in Computer Science. During her studies, she took part in the Software Campus program and worked with Software AG on activity recognition. She is now part of the research group on Securely Networked Systems at Fraunhofer IOSB in Karlsruhe. She has been involved with multiple publicly funded research projects as well as projects for industry partners in the area of industrial security. Her research interests include penetration testing, web server security for industrial systems, and black-box fuzzing.

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