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Driving IT security evolution through impactful research

22.11.2018 | 16:00 - 20:00

Individuals in a digital world need protection. The most impactful IT security research identifies, and closes, vulnerabilities that affect a large portion of the public. Join hackers from Security Research Labs as we discuss our work to make critical technical platforms more secure for everyone.

Specifically, we will talk about how we exposed fundamental flaws in mobile phone networks in order to help prevent eavesdropping and user tracking. Then we will discuss hacking EC payment terminals to highlight the potential for fraudulent transactions. And in closing, we will also share stories about ourselves and how we became professional hackers, discuss IT security research mentoring programs we offer, and how you might fit into our team.

After the talk, stay for some interactive hacking challenges and a Club Mate with the SRLabs team.

Dozent/in Stephan Zeisberg (Security Researcher / Consultant) und Balthasar Martin (Security Researcher) and colleagues
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Donnerstag, 22.November 2018 von 16 bis 19 Uhr


Die Veranstaltung wird in englischer Sprache durchgeführt.


Studierende aus dem Fachbereich Mathematik und Informatik und alle Interessierten.

In Kooperation mit Security Research Labs.