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Fraunhofer Institute for Applied and Integrated Security AISEC

The Fraunhofer Institute for Applied and Integrated Security AISEC is a world-leading institution for applied research in cybersecurity. More than 150 highly qualified employees develop customized security concepts and solutions for businesses and the public sector, boosting the competitiveness of clients and partners. Fraunhofer AISEC designs solutions for enhanced data security and effective defence against cybercrimes such as corporate espionage and tampering attacks. The institute’s portfolio ranges from embedded and hardware security, automotive and mobile security to security solutions for industry and automation. In addition, its cutting-edge test labs allow for evaluating the security of networked and embedded systems, hardware and software products as well as cloud and web-based services.

On this blog, you will learn more about the research areas of our institute and gain insights into the work of IT security researchers.

Authors

Jan-Philipp Schulze

Jan-Philipp Schulze

Jan-Philipp Schulze joined Fraunhofer AISEC as a research associate in January 2019 after having studied electrical engineering and information technology at ETH Zurich. He is also completing his PhD in computer science at TU Munich. His research work in the Cognitive Security Technologies research department currently focuses on anomaly detection and adversarial machine learning.

Contact: jan-philipp.schulze@aisec.fraunhofer.de

Article: Putting AI systems to the test with 'Creation Attacks'
Karla Markert

Karla Markert

Karla Markert has been working as a research associate at Fraunhofer AISEC since 2018 following her studies in mathematics, political science and computer science.
She is currently working in the Cognitive Security Technologies research department, with a particular focus on adversarial examples to protect artificial intelligence systems from being manipulated.

Contact: karla.markert@aisec.fraunhofer.de

Article: Putting AI systems to the test with 'Creation Attacks'
Marc Schink

Marc Schink

Marc Schink carries out research in the field of "Hardware Security" at Fraunhofer AISEC. In his private life as well as at the institute, he strives to detect vulnerabilities in hardware and software. He has conducted several vulnerability disclosure processes with renowned and international manufacturers.

Contact: marc.schink@aisec.fraunhofer.de

Article: Increased legal certainty for 'white hat hackers'
Dieter Schuster

Dieter Schuster

Dieter Schuster works in the research department "Product Protection and Industrial Security" at Fraunhofer AISEC. He coordinates the field of Offensive Security and Penetration Testing.

Contact: dieter.schuster@aisec.fraunhofer.de

Article: Increased legal certainty for 'white hat hackers'