ERC Starting Grant voor Manuel Mazo Jr.
Manuel Mazo Jr., onderzoeker en docent bij Delft Center for Systems and Control (DCSC) heeft een ERC Starting Grant toegewezen gekregen. Manuel doet onderzoek naar control systems.
Darknet training concepts validated by Hansa Market takedown
The High Tech Crime Unit of the Dutch National Police, in cooperation with Europol and the FBI, has just validated one the key insights of darknet policing research: infiltrating darknet market places is more effective than taking them down.
Cybersecurity @ TU Delft on a research visit to Singapore
Cybersecurity researchers of TU Delft, led by professors Inald Lagendijk, Pieter Hartel, and Robert Kooij visited Singapore for an MSc & PhD collaboration between Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) and TU Delft.
New Cybersecurity staff member: Stjepan Picek
Please welcome dr Stjepan Picek as the newest member of staff to cybersecurity @ TUDelft. Stjepan joins us as an assistant professor at the Cys group of the EEMCS faculty.
Fighting cybercrime by thinking like an attacker
Cybercrime causes the community billions of euros of damage every year and has a huge impact on crucial infrastructure, as well as the economy.
Challenges and solutions Smart Grid Cyber Security at the PowerWeb event
Op vrijdag 9 juni 2017 leerden bezoekers van het jaarlijkse TU Delft PowerWeb-event van alles over de uitdagingen en oplossingen voor cybersecurity van slimme elektriciteitsnetten (Smart Grids).
Talk at CGI about Blockchain. A disruptive technology shaping the world.
On the 8th of June, a number of people from Oil and Gas Industry interested in Blockchain gathered around at Eneco building in Rotterdam Alexander. Organised by CGI, the round table discussion took place on what Blockchain was and what it was not; it’s limitations and different use cases. Dr. Zeki Erkin of TU Delft gave a talk about Blockchain in general. A fruitful discussion on the usage of Blockchain in Smart Grids concluded that a teaming-up was needed to investigate future use of the technology.
CYBERCRIME and the importance of Cyber Security Education
The Dutch newspaper Nederlands Dagblad published an article (Dutch) on cybercrime and the importance of Cyber Security education with an interview with TU Delft Prof Pieter Hartel.
International One Conference 2017 - We are all connected
On 16 and 17 May the 9th Annual International One Conference was organised by the National Cyber Security Centre with over 80 speakers including 11 year old Rueben Paul.
Joint call for proposals U.S. - Netherlands Cyber Security Research Programme
This is a Joint call for proposals from NWO, the Ministery of Justice & Security and the Department of Homeland Security, Cyber Security Division. NWO, in the name of the funding partners, invites researchers with a background in ICT or Computer Science to submit a proposal within the themes of this call, in partnership with a U.S. co-applicant. The US co-applicant should submit his proposal at DHS CSD.