The DIES research group is merged together with the IS and SAS (Biometrics) research groups to form the :
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Society depends on more and more information systems, which need to be secured against intentional disruption. The Distributed and Embedded Security group (DIES) forms the heart of the information security research at the University of Twente. We work on data security, network security and cybercrime prevention. Our research tools include cryptography, formal methods, machine learning and case studies. Results are applied to health and food management, critical control systems, and social and enterprise networks.
|November 20, 2013||Master student graduation|
Edwin Smulders is the twenty-seventh Master student to graduate in Twente in the context of the Kerckhoffs programme Computer Security. The title of his Master Thesis is ''Permeance
User Space Memory Analysis''. Edwin's master project was supervised by dr. Jonathan Petit, prof.dr. Pieter Hartel, and Ruud van Baar (MSc).Further information.
|November 01, 2013||Welcome new PhD student|
Ali Abbasi started work today as a PhD student on the AVATAR and CRISALIS
|October 08, 2013||E-magazine provides overview of all U-meets|
Monday evening, October 8th 2013, the fourteenth Evening of Science and Society took place in the Ridderzaal, De Hague. During this meeting Minister Jet Bussemaker of Education, Culture and Science was handed (OCW) a magazine of all U-meets. Bussemaker received the copy from UT College president Victor van der Chijs, rector Ed Brinksma and VSNU chairman Karl Dittrich.
See page 14 and 15 of the magazine for a report of our U-meet evening event at the UT on October 3th, 2013: Cybercrime in het U-meet Cyberlab “Hak de hacker in de pan”