Welcome to the KIT Graduate School Cyber Security
In virtually all areas of information technology today, cyber security is of the utmost importance. In a highly digitalized world with highly digitalized economies, protection against increasingly dangerous cyber attacks is crucial. In recent years, the news have been littered with reports on attacks on individuals, businesses, hospitals, local administrations, government institutions, and critical infrastructures. These events illustrate that demand for cutting-edge expertise in cyber security is at an all-time high.
The KIT Graduate School Cyber Security provides doctoral researchers with state-of-the-art technical, scientific, and interdisciplinary skills, enabling them to respond effectively to present and future security challenges. As a nexus in a multifaceted field, the school brings together the different security disciplines at KIT. It organizes regular networking events and serves as a platform for interdisciplinary work and the exchange of ideas among doctoral, post-doctoral, and senior researchers.
On 9 February, 4 p.m., the next KASTEL Distinguished Lecture in Cyber Security takes place. Prof. Dennis Hofheinz (ETH Zürich, formerly KIT/KASTEL) will provide "A Personal Perspective on Cryptography."Learn more
On 13 December, 5:15 pm, we are hosting our first Ask the Professor session. At the event, doctoral researchers are provided the opportunity to get answers on pressing questions by three established scholars in cyber security.Learn more
If you didn't have the chance to listen to Prof. Lynskey's Distinguished Lecture on the various legal implications of synthetic data, you can now access the recording on our YouTube channel.Learn more
On 8 November 22, 10:30 am, the last session of this year's CyberSec Seminar Series will take place. We are welcoming Philipp Danylak (Critical Information Infrastructures) and Hauke Heseding (Telematics) as our speakers.Learn more
On 3 November 22, 4 p.m., the next KASTEL Distinguished Lecture in Cyber Security takes place. Prof. Orla Lynskey (LSE Law School) will talk about "Fake It 'Til You Make It? The Legal Implications of Synthetic Data."Learn more
On 11 October, 10:30 am, the next session of our CyberSec Seminar will take place. Max Noppel (Intelligent System Security) will talk about "Advanced Problems in Backdooring Explainable Machine Learning."Learn more