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Cordial invitation to the next ITS regulars' table on Thursday, 7 October at 6 pm.
Created by Johanna Luttermann
The Cluster of Excellence CASA has launched a new event to promote outstanding female students and scientists.
Created by Julia Weiler
On Thursday, September 16, Professor Christof Paar received the City of Bochum's Ring of Honor for his commitment to IT security in Bochum.
First SecHuman Winter School of the second funding period - in cooperation with CASA - on the focus "Gender and Diversity in Cybersecurity Research" takes place.
Created by Anne Thiele
For the first time since 1985, the RUB is founding a new faculty. As a focus of study and research, computer science is thus given a special status.
Created by Jens Wylkop
Professor Amir Moradi from the Horst Görtz Institute for IT Security set a record in the history of the CHES conference.
Since 2017, the European Competence Center for IT Security (eurobits e.V.), based in Bochum, Germany, has presented the annual eurobits Excellence Award to students who have written outstanding theses…
Popular unlocking patterns are often in the shape of a letter – and are easy to guess. A bad thing if someone loses their mobile phone and it ends up in the wrong hands.
For data protection reasons, the messaging app Signal is becoming ever more important. Unlike WhatsApp, the Signal app asks you to create a PIN during setup. But why?
With an interdisciplinary team, the new advisory board strengthens the Federal Office for Information Security (BSI).
From September 21-23, the CASA Cluster of Excellence will host the first-ever "Women in Security and Cryptography WISC" international workshop.
Now the researcher has been admitted to the North Rhine-Westphalian Academy of Sciences, Humanities and the Arts.
Logging into an online shop without a password, using only the fingerprint? In this situation, it’s not surprising that users have the impression that their biometric data is transmitted to the…
A research team has discovered a security gap in modern mobile phones that is very unlikely to have been created by accident. In fact, it should have been removed back in 2013.
Topic: "Building Secure Key Exchange Protocols From Passwords".
Cordial invitation to the next ITS regulars' table on Thursday, July 1 at 6 pm.