Accredited in-house research institution working on future technologies.
- World-class research
Close cooperation with institutes, centres of excellence, public and private sector partners in Europe, United States and Japan. Development of security and privacy standards.
- Analysis of complex systems
Security audit, security and risk analysis of complex cryptographic, digital or physical systems, including of their economical and social aspects.
Risk-based design and architecture of systems with a very high level of security. Access control, authentication and authenticity, private, public and hybrid clouds.
In-depth research on public key infrastructure (PKI), cryptographic protocols, post-quantum cryptography with a focus on internet voting, identity, privacy.
- Data synthesis
Creating random test data for information system testing or anonymous research data based on real data. Combining synthesis with secure computing.
- Legal aspects of IT
Study of how do new technologies fit in the legal regimes. Focus on legal aspects cybersecurity, privacy and identity technologies.
- Machine learning
Applications of machine learning in cybersecurity and e-government. Privacy-preserving machine learning and artificial intelligence.
- Privacy engineering
Development of Privacy Enhanced Business Process Modelling Notation and privacy leakage analysis and audit tools. Threat assessment and modelling of new systems.
- Secure computing
Data analysis with end-to-end security using homomorphic cryptography, secure multi-party computation and trusted execution. Theory, frameworks and applications.
- Zero knowledge
Proof of data and computation in the contexts of cybersecurity healthcare, identity and e-government.
- Integrity technologies
Secure logging, timestamping, blockchain technologies.
Would you like to know more?
Contact our R&D team:
Chief Scientific Officer / Director of the Information Security Research Institutedan.firstname.lastname@example.org