iseclab_logo.png International Secure Systems Lab
The International Secure Systems Lab (iSecLab) is the union of five systems security research labs and was originally founded in 2005 at the Technical University of Vienna. As of 2008, the Secure Systems Lab has became international and was initially distributed over three geographical locations including the Institute Eurécom in the French Riviera and the University of California, Santa Barbara. In 2010, Ruhr University Bochum in Germany joined the iSecLab family, and in 2011, Northeastern University came on board. Lab members collaborate closely, apply for joint funding, share data, exchange ideas, and have fun together. iSecLab encourages and supports student and faculty mobility within the labs. The research focus is on applied computer security, with a recent emphasis on web security, malware analysis, intrusion detection, and vulnerability analysis.

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hgi_logo.png Horst Görtz In­sti­tute for IT-Security
The Horst Görtz Institute is one of Europe's largest universitybased institution for interdisciplinary research in the field of IT security. The HGI consists of renowned research groups from the Departments of Electrical Engineering & Information Sciences, Mathematics, Economics and Law. The expertise of the HGI groups provides a unique environment for inter-disciplinary research in most areas of modern computer security. The HGI actively participates in international research in theoretical and applied cryptography, embedded security, systems and network security, secure operating systems, as well as, legal and economic aspects of security.