Cyber Security Group Introduction
The Cyber Security (CYS) Group is within the Intelligent Systems Department in the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and Mathematics of the Delft University of Technology. It was established in January 2014.
- Computing with Encrypted Data
- Secure Information Sharing
- Homomorphic Encryption
- Lightweight Cryptography
- Data Analytics, Machine Learning
- Privacy Preserving Data Mining
- Automated Reverse Engineering
- Botnet Detection
- Monitoring and Analytics
- Applications of (Quantum) Information Theory
- Information Theoretic Security and Privacy
- Quantum Information, Computation, Crypto, Error Correction (within QuTech)
- [Jan 1] Prof. Pieter Hartel is the new chair of the group. We would like to thank Prof. Jan van den Berg for his amazing contribution in the creation and leading of the group, and wish him good luck in his retirement. We also extend our warm welcome to Prof. Hartel.
- We are creating a list of students who are interested in hacking and/or willing to participate in CTF type of activities. Please fill in this form here if you want to participate in workshops to be held in the upcoming months.
- The University of Tokyo and Deloitte Japan visited the Cyber Security Group on March 23 2017 to discuss possible collaboration on research and education.
- King Willem-Alexander visited The Hague Security Delta on March 23 2017 and talked with Jan van den Berg about the executive master's programme Cyber Security.
- On March 3 2017 Zekeriya Erkin gave a talk at PI.lab on applications of homomorphic encryption as manner to promote Privacy enhancing technologies.
- "A Framework for Preventing Double-Financing using Blockchain Technology" has been accepted for publication in The First ACM Workshop on Blockchain, Cryptocurrencies and Contracts, BCC'17 to be held in conjunction with ACM AsiaCCS’17. This work was part of a BSc honour project by Joris Oudejans and Hidde Lycklama with Zekeriya Erkin on the topic of blockchain and finance.
- Shimano Europe wins first BMC Cyber Award. Pieter Hartel was one of the jurors.
- The paper No domain left behind: is Let’s Encrypt democratizing encryption? by Maarten Aertsen et al (December 2016) was picked up by news sites reddit and Schneier on Security.
- A team of scientists from Radboud University and TU Delft managed to get a perfect score at the Rigorous Examination of Reactive Systems (RERS) challenge in October 2016.
- Prof. Jan van den Berg, Michel van Eeten and Ibo van de Poel received an ERC grant for the HORIZON2020 proposal CANVAS: Constructing an Alliance for Value-driven Cybersecurity.
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