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.
|June 19, 2013||Interview with TREsPASS team in I/O Magazine|
Wolter Pieters and Lorena Montoya gave an interview on the road from grant application to project management.Further information.
|June 14, 2013||Master student graduation|
Christiaan Schade is the twenty-second Master student to graduate in Twente in the context of the Kerckhoffs programme Computer Security. The title of his Master of Science Thesis is ''FCScan: A New Lightweight and Effective Approach for Detecting Malicious Content in Electronic Documents''.Further information.
|March 21, 2013||Article 'Crimineel gaat vaker digitaal' - Tubantia|
Pieter Hartel, Marianne Junger and Lorena Montoya investigated the influence of information- and communication technology (computer, smartphones, internet) on traditional criminial offences like burglary, fraud and threat.Further information.