Chair for Systems Security
The Chair for Systems Security focuses on different topics in the area of applied computer security. This research field deals with the security of deployed systems and the analysis of real-world phenomena observed in the wild. Research topics of the group include for example software security, binary analysis, vulnerability assessment, privacy, security of machine learning algorithms, DNS security, and similar aspects from the area of system and network security.
More details about the research aspects are available in the research section and you can also get a good overview of current topics by taking a look at recent publications. We work together with partners from the International Secure Systems Lab (iSecLab) and the Horst Görtz Institute for IT security (HGI).