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Dec 1, 2016
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Workshop on Security Frameworks, 7th December 2016, DMI

 

 

CMS - 1.11.1 - Baltra
 

nas.inf - networksandsecurity.informatics

Three main research strands are pursued:

Real-world secure systems, involving the design and prototyping of systems that securely address certain needs of modern society; examples are systems for electronic exams, privacy preservation and life support.

Socio-technical analysis, pertaining to the formal and analytical analyses of real-world secure systems with a full(er and fuller) account on their human users; examples are the analyses of TLS certificates, web registration ceremonies and flight boarding procedures.

Tomorrow's networks, focusing on the in-depth emprical analysis and simulation of modern networks' problems such as power consumption, route maintainance and reputation, with the aim of defining future networks.