VisITMeta 0.0.5 released

Today we released version 0.0.5 of our IF-MAP visualisation tool VisITMeta.

Changes and new features include

  • Support for multiple parallel IF-MAP connections, controllable by REST and GUI (alpha version)
  • Create and stop subscriptions via REST interface
  • Removed dump functionality
  • Configuration files in YAML format, parsing via snakeyaml
  • Fixed several bugs within dataservice and visualization
10 Jun 2014

A Change in Leadership

Trust@HsH group founder and former group lead Prof. Dr. Josef von Helden has been elected for the office of president of the University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Hanover and has taken office on May, 12th (see official press release). As a consequence thereof, he unfortunaltey had to resign as the group lead of Trust@HsH.

Luckily, with Prof. Dr. Volker Ahlers, Prof. Dr. Felix Heine and Prof. Dr. Carsten Kleiner as new group lead and Leonard Renners as an additional research associate in the SIMU project, the Trust@HsH is stronger in members than ever before and eager to tackle new scientific challenges.

We wish Prof. Dr. von Helden good fortune for his new assignment and may he lead the univiersity with the same passion, commitment and aptitude that he has built up and managed the Trust@HsH group.

26 May 2014

Trust@HsH participates at TNC Spring Plugfest 2014 in Darmstadt

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The Trust@HsH research group participated for the third time in a row at the TNC Spring Plugfest 2014, which was hosted by Fraunhofer SIT in Darmstadt, from April 1st till April 3rd. At the event we had the chance to test the interoperability of our latest IF-MAP software components with the components and products of other TCG members.

We basically tested our ifmapj-based MAP clients and our MAP server irond in their latest version, as well as a few yet unreleased components.

Thanks to Ronald Marx and the team from Fraunhofer SIT and Matt Tracy from the Trusted Computing Group for organizing and hosting the event.

Please also have a look at the news on the plugfest at the SIMU project site.

09 Apr 2014

Interview with Prof. Dr. Josef von Helden on Mobile Security

We have just released an interview that was shot on this year’s CeBIT. The head of our research group Prof. Dr. Josef von Helden speaks about mobile security and privacy issues related to today’s usage of smartphones.

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RSA Conference Demo available

The demonstration “Near Real-time Network Security with Open Source Tools”, which we showed at this year’s RSA Conference, is now available. In our demo section you can find the complete description to setup the demo.

24 Mar 2014

ifmapcli 0.1.1 released

We have released a new version of our IF-MAP command line toolset ifmapcli.

Changes and new features include

  • new CLI tools for device-characteristic, enforcement-report, location, wlan-information, unexpected-behaviour
  • use of a new parser for command line arguments: argparser4j
  • refactored the code to minimize redundancy (and allow to implement future tools in a simpler manner)

From this version on, ifmapcli provides CLI tools for all the metadata specified in TNC IF-MAP Metadata for Network Security in version 1.1.

21 Mar 2014

Some impressions from Cebit 2014

Here are some impressions of the Trust@HsH Cebit booth in Hall 7, Booth C28. Please also have a look at the Cebit news on the SIMU website.

Booth of Trust@HsH at Cebit 2014
Figure 1: Booth of Trust@HsH at Cebit 2014
Booth of Lower Saxony at Cebit 2014
Figure 2: Booth of Lower Saxony at Cebit 2014
Lighthouse at booth
Figure 3: Lighthouse at booth
Prof. Dr. Josef von Helden at a talk
Figure 4: Prof. Dr. Josef von Helden at a talk
13 Mar 2014

Meet the Trust@HsH team on CeBIT 2014

The Trust@HsH research group will present their work in IT and Network Security on this year’s CeBIT as one of 27 exhibitors of the joint booth of Germany’s federal state of Lower Saxony. Core themes of the joint booth are information security, law enforcement, IT and government solutions.

True to the booth’s motto “We have foresight”, the Trust@HsH research group will showcase their current work in Security Information and Event Management (see SIMU project ) and in visualization of network security (see VisITMeta project).

You can watch a high level demonstration of our open source IF-MAP tools or discuss the nitty details of their concepts or even implementation with our developers who will be present over the entire duration of the fair.

The Trust@HsH team will be happy to welcome you in Hall 7, at booth c28!

06 Mar 2014
Hochschule Hannover
University of Applied Sciences and Arts
Faculty IV, Dept. of Computer Science
Ricklinger Stadtweg 120
30459 Hannover, Germany
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