The Frankfurter Rundschau newspaper reported about the Digitalization in Dialogue project.
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On February 13, the EURACTIV portal published a report on the risk perception of cyberattacks, which has reached an all-time high.
On January 17, Wirtschaftswoche published the article “How cyber criminals could be legally hunted”. The article discusses the dilemma facing criminal investigators in the pursuit of cybercrime.
On December 14, acatech held a themed conference on the current significance of disinformation and its social relevance.
By December 8, 2,785 GI members had elected their board of directors, mostly online. The election was accompanied by individual and universal verification tools implemented by an independent third party using the POLYAS interface specification.
Dr. Scott Thiebes was awarded this year’s dissertation award in the area IT security by the German Association for Data Protection and Data Security (GDD) for his outstanding dissertation on “A Socio-Technical Analysis of Genetic Privacy and its Role in Genetic Data Sharing”, which he completed at KIT last year.
The article “Online-Bundestagswahlen – Verfassungsrechtliche Grenzen und technische Herausforderungen” (Online federal elections – constitutional limits and technical challenges) by Amina Gutjahr, Indra Spiecker gen. Döhmann, and Melanie Volkamer has been published in the current issue of the journal Computer und Recht (CR 2023).
On Thursday, 10 October 2023, KASTEL Security Research Labs welcomed Martin Kleppmann as speaker of the KASTEL Distinguished Lecture Series in Cyber Security.
Security protocols to make legally required monitoring of digital communications more resistant to misuse and mass surveillance