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Our activities in the field of information security started in 1992 when Cybernetica’s predecessor institution became the primary contractor for the national Information Security program. Cybernetica has been rapidly developing and currently involves around 60 researchers and system engineers.
Throughout its existence, Cybernetica’s main research field has been cryptology and information security. The main research goals are related to various theoretical and practical aspects of Cryptography, including Public Key Infrastructure, Time-Stamping, Secure Multiparty Computation, as well as other aspects of database security and copyright problems.
The international acclaim of the researchers currently working at the Information Security Institute is demonstrated by several indicators – the number of publications in highly rated venues, participation in the program and organizing committees of international conferences and Summer schools, as well as by Cybernetica’s regular participation in international research and development projects funded by the Framework Programs of European Union. Cybernetica’s Information Security Institute also participates in the Estonian eXcellence in Computer Science (EXCS) centre financed by the EU Regional Development Fund.
Peeter Laud (research director)
Phone: +372 731 1819