News

25 October 2017

It is also open access week at TU Delft

TU Delft Prof Pieter Hartel, associate editor of the Springer Open Access journal Crime Science reports that: * Crime Science is amongst the most read journals of the entire Springer journal collection in Criminology. * Open access papers have more impact. For Crime Science 30% of the papers have been read at least 4,000 times and 10% of the papers have been read at least 10,000 times. * More and more funding agencies require open access publication.

20 October 2017

DSys - Cybersecurity @ TU Delft festive meetup

About 35 researchers from different disciplines within Cyber Security @ TU Delft came together to discuss future collaboration and learn about the do’s and don’ts of entrepreneurship in the field.

22 September 2017

TU Delft and SUTD start collaboration on cutting-edge research projects in cyber security.

22 September 2017

The Australian government invests $50 million into cyber security research

The Hon Craig Laundy MP, Assistant Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science, announced today that a new industry-led cyber security Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) will build Australia’s cyber security capability and deliver solutions to ensure the safety of our businesses and citizens in cyberspace

11 September 2017

My research makes ad blockers redundant

Leon Helsloot graduated on August 30th in the group of Zekeriya Erkin (Cyber Security) with a 9.5 for his master thesis: Preservation of Privacy through Cryptography in Online Behavioural Advertising.

23 August 2017

Is cyber-insurance the answer in fighting cyber-attacks?

Ransomware such as WannaCry and Petya can greatly disrupt organisations and costs society billions of dollars. New cybersecurity risks emerge every day in our digitalised world. However, cybersecurity is often not up-to-date in organisations.

17 August 2017

Dr. Zeki Erkin about: 'Why we should all change our online selves into 'John Doe'.'

We as users are turning into data providers rather than consumers. All the data that we share via social media or give to online services such as purchasing, is stored somewhere … And sadly, some of that data is literally out in the open. Zeki Erkin explains why we should all care about protecting our privacy and why cryptography is the way forward.

17 August 2017

ERC Starting Grant for Manuel Mazo Jr.

Manuel Mazo Jr., researcher and assistant professor at Delft Center for Systems and Control (DCSC) has been awarded an ERC Starting Grant from the European Research Council. Manuel’s main area of research is control systems. The focus of his research is on the interactions between physical systems and the communication and computation platforms and algorithms employed to control them.

24 July 2017

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.

01 July 2017

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.