Centre for Advanced Security Research Darmstadt

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Centre for Advanced Security Research Darmstadt

  In the year of 2015 , the up until then government (EC SPRIDE) and state funded (CASED) research centres for IT  security, channelled  their resources and form the CRISP (Centre for Research in Security and Privacy). Partners of CRISP are the Technische Universität Darmstadt, with their profile area of IT research CYSEC, the University of Applied Sciences in Darmstadt, as well as the SIT and the IGD. CRISP is funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research and the Hessian Ministry for Science and the Arts. Their partnership is Europe wide the greatest alliance of research facilities in the field of cyber security. It boasts of more than 50 lectures held at inter­national conferences, 50 and above organized conferences by their researchers, Distinguished Lectures in Cybersecurity , more than 80 national and inter­national awards for their researchers , around 450 researchers in CRISP partner institutes are working on Cybersecurity topics with 4 supporting institutions at one location. Different topic of Research:          Cryptography including Quantum Cryptography, Public-Key- and other Secure Infrastructures          Formal Verification          Long-time Archiving          Digital Watermarking, Digital Rights Management and Enterprise Rights Management          Data Privacy and Copyright          IT Forensics          Trusted Computing          Security of Embedded systems          Security of RFIDs and Chipcards          Self-healing and Self-defence          Security in Wireless and Sensor-networks          Secure Applications for Mobile devices          Recognition of Malware          Protection against Product piracy          Trusted Computing          Side Channel Analysis and Hardening          Security-Policies          Software Security          Secure Operating systems and Middleware          Identity/Access-Management          Models of Trust and Reputation          E-Voting, eHealth, eCommerce, eGovernment          Multimedia Security          Risk Management         Compliance recognition of Malware Security testing, Security metrics, Security in Service-orientaded Architectures and Clouds          Secure Webapplications, Usability of Secure products          Legally and economically Aspects          Security critical Infrastructures and Emergency Management          Biometry, Recognition of Persons and Tracking Security Awareness Along with the strong credentials the research projects are interdisciplinary which is involving various areas of the subject such as engineering, philosophy, physics, psychology, law and economics which they cooperate both nationally and inter­nationally with their non-university research and industry partners.