Our recent paper about Markus Röse's master thesis, presenting a brainwave-based authentication system for the real world got accepted at EuroUSEC '23. Emiram presented the work at the conference in Copenhagen last week.
If you want to learn more about what is usable security, our research on improving user authentication, and the future of Brain Computer Interfaces and neuroprivacy, listen to Patricia's conversation with Marvin Beckmann in "All Day Research".
For the first time in presence, CASA (at RUB) conducted a workshop for women in security and cryptography in Bochum. 50 women from 13 countries came together to talk about current research in various fields of security and crypto.
Abstract: We deserve smarter authentication mechanisms to move on from the current password-dominated scene. With the democratization of neurotechnologies, the usage of brain biometrics in everyday life becomes a tangible possibility. In this talk, we will present research contributions towards practical brainwave-based user authentication, covering both security and usability aspects.
Antrittsvorlesungen von Prof. Dr. Patricia Arias Cabarcos und Jun.-Prof. Dr. Sebastian Peitz
Am Montag, den 7. November 2022 haben Prof. Dr. Patricia Arias Cabarcos (IT-Sicherheit) und Jun.-Prof. Dr. Sebastian Peitz (Data Science for Engineering) im Hörsaal O1 ihre Antrittsvorlesungen gehalten.
Our group attended EuroUSEC'22 last week in Karlsruhe to learn and discuss about latest research in the usable security community.
We presented a poster teasing our upcoming PETS 2023 paper on how Facebook tracks users outside the social network.
In the upcoming semester (WiSe 22/23) IT Security group is offering PriOSS (A Privacy One-Stop Shop) project group. If you are interested in participating, attend the informative meeting on 28/07/2022, 4pm, at F1.110.