videoDistinguished Lecture Online

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.

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CyberSec Seminar

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.

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orlaDistinguished Lecture

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."

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seminarCyberSec Seminar

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."

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applyApply Now!

Effective today, applications for the Graduate School can be submitted. You can find more information on the application requirements and procedures on our dedicated application site. Apply now to benefit from our many offers!

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seminarCyberSec Seminar

On 13 September 2022, 10:30 am, the next session of the CyberSec Seminar for doctoral researchers will take place. Our speakers are Robin Berger (Cryptography and Security) and Simon Hanisch (IT Security).

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welcome_eventWelcome Event

To celebrate the official start of the KIT Graduate School Cyber Security in October, we are hosting a hybrid Welcome Event on 11 October 2022, 4:30 pm, Informatik Hörsaal. Click here to learn more about the program and to register for the event.

CyberSec Seminar

On 9 August 2022, 10:30 am, the next session of the CyberSec Seminar for doctoral researchers will take place. Yilin Ji (Intelligent System Security) will talk about "Towards Advanced Model Stealing via Active Learning." More information here.

seminarCyberSec Seminar

On 12 July 2022, 10:30 am, the first session of our brand new CyberSec Seminar Series for doctoral researchers will take place. Our first speaker tandem consists of Qi Zhao (Intelligent System Security) and Patricia Guerra Balboa (IT Security). 

lorenzoDistinguished Lecture Online

The video of Prof. Lorenzo Cavallaro's insightful talk "Transcending TRANSCEND: Revisiting Malware Classification in the Presence of Concept Drift" is now online. You can find it here.


On 23 June, 2:30 pm, the Graduate School will hold its official kick-off event. Join our digital information event to learn more about the school's offers for doctoral researchers, its qualification concept, and our events. More information here.

hiringOpen Position

The research group Security - Usability - Society is hiring! If you're interested in pursuing research in the field of human factors in security & privacy and hold a degree in computer science, business or media informatics, and other related areas, you can apply here.

lunchSecurity & Privacy Lunch

After a Covid-related break, the first Security & Privacy Lunch will take place on 10 May 2022. From this day onward, the lunch will take place every second Tuesday of the month, 12 noon at the Pizzeria Il Caminetto, Kronenstr. 5, 76133 Karlsruhe. You can find more information here.

informationInformation Event

Save the date! On Thursday 23 June 2022, we are celebrating our kick-off. At the event, you will learn more about the school's concept and our offerings to doctoral reseachers. We will also provide more information about the application process. More details follow shortly.

startOfficial Start

In April 2022, the KIT Graduate School CyberSecurity has commenced its operations! Behind the scenes, we are working hard on getting the school up and running. More information soon!