CYSEC, the Profile Area Cybersecurity of TU Darmstadt

CYSEC, the Profile Area Cybersecurity of TU Darmstadt

Within the CYSEC profile area, researchers at Technische Universität Darmstadt study cybersecurity and privacy protection. 33 research groups from eight departments (Computer Science, Physics, Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, History and Social Sciences, Biology, Human Sciences, Mechanical Engineering, Law and Economics) of TU Darmstadt are members of CYSEC.

In its various joint and independent projects, CYSEC performs internationally renowned, top-notch research in numerous areas of cybersecurity. Through the degree program in IT Security as well as various course offerings, CYSEC trains highly specialized professionals in the area of cybersecurity, and supports and promotes future researchers. Technology transfer via national and international cooperation with non-university research institutions and industrial partners, and the provision of consultancy services to policy-makers, society and industry complete the profile of CYSEC.

As a member of CRISP, the Center for Research in Security and Privacy Darmstadt, CYSEC contributes significantly to regional improvement through its core competencies in research and teaching and by acting as a hub for cybersecurity research and industry.

Research

CYSEC research is grouped under ten areas of research. Find your respective area of interest and view our topics. [more]

People

A list of our experts, showing their departments and areas of expertise. View their respective research areas. [more]

News

  • 2019/04/16

    Prof. Dr. Sadeghi in der Sendung C-RadaR

    In der Sendung C-RadaR des Darmstädter Lokalradios RadaR spricht Prof. Dr. Ahmad-Reza Sadeghi über das Internet of Things, die Analyse und Verwendung erhobener Daten sowie potenzielle Verteilungskämpfe.

  • 2019/04/09

    Prof. Dr. Johannes Buchmann über Sicherheitslücken bei Patientendaten

    Im Interview mit Jan Hofer von Tagesschau24 weist Prof. Dr. Johannes Buchmann, Sprecher des Profilbereichs CYSEC und des Sonderforschungsbereiches CROSSING auf die Vorteile und Risiken des Datenaustauschs im Gesundheitswesen und mögliche Handlungsfelder hin.

  • 2019/04/08

    Innovationsallianz für die Schiene

    Blick auf den Darmstädter Hauptbahnhof. Bild: Patrick Bal

    TU Darmstadt und Deutsche Bahn feiern zehn Jahre Kooperation

    Mit einer Feier haben die TU Darmstadt und die Deutsche Bahn heute das zehnjährige Bestehen ihrer „Innovationsallianz“ gewürdigt. Das gemeinsame, enge Kooperationsnetz kann auf deutliche Erfolge verweisen.

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