Ingo Bente and Jörg Vieweg leave the Trust@FHH team
As the new year starts, our team size at the Trust@FHH research was reduced, as both of our long standing researchers Ingo Bente and Jörg Vieweg have left the team.
Thanks to both of you, Ingo and Jörg, for your hard work and great efforts to first create and then establish the Trust@FHH research group.
Without acquiring the funding for our first two research projects tNAC and ESUKOM, our group wouldn’t exist.
Furthermore, you helped to get known within the Trusted Computing Group and their subgroups for Trusted Network Connect and IF-MAP.
So, again, thanks buddies and good luck on your further life.
You will be missed among the whole team :-)
01 Jan 2013
irond got certified by TCG
This is great news! Our IF-MAP server irond got certified by the Trusted
Computing Group. Certification was achieved by successfully passing a compliance
testsuite for IF-MAP and by participating in this year’s summer TNC PlugFest.
Read the full article for further information.
15 Nov 2012
Demonstrator of ESUKOM project results available
As a result of the ESUKOM project, which ended September 2012, a
demonstrator is now available on the official website.
It consists of a “Best Practice” document and 5 videos, showcasing the problem statement and solutions within the ESUKOM project.
15 Nov 2012
ironvas 0.1.0 released
We’re proud to announce the release of the next version of ironvas.
The new features of ironvas in version 0.1.0 are:
dynamically configure and run OpenVAS via subscriptions within ironvas
(ironvas will create new targets and tasks for new devices, when
<request-for-investigation> is attached to them by a configured PDP)
by ironvas (i.e. depending on risk level, or on substrings of the name of the NVE, …)
ironvas can be downloaded from our Download section.
We have also created a new video at our Youtube-channel, showing the new features of ironvas 0.1.0
30 Oct 2012
Best Paper Award
We are pleased to announce, that we received the Best Paper Award for
our paper “Trustworthy Context-related Anomaly Detection for Smartphones”.
The paper has been presented at the 15th International Conference on
Network-Based Information Systems (NBiS-2012) in Melbourne, Australia.
08 Oct 2012
Student project on VisITMeta has started
As a part of our master course of studies in Applied Computer Science, a new student project based on VisITMeta started on September 14th, 2012 at Hochschule Hannover.
Goals of the project
The main goal of this project is to build the general basis implementation for the VisITMeta project, with respect to a clean and structured architecture and code, that is documented well.
General information about the project
Type: Research project of master students
Start: September 2012
Duration: 1 term (until mid-February 2013)
Team: 7 master students (3 specializing in Graphics and Visualization and 4 in Secure Information Systems), 1 research associate and 2 professor acting as advisors
14 Sep 2012
VisITMeta at final ESUKOM workshop
On the final ESUKOM workshop, held at the Hochschule Hannover, the progress in VisITMeta was presented to the members of the ESUKOM project.
We showed some some conceptual slides of how the different visual features of VisITMeta might look like, and so did have a good basis for further discussions.
12 Sep 2012
Android Usage Study
How do we use our beloved smartphones? To answer this question, the Trust@FHH
group has developed the FHH Device Analyzer app for Android.
The purpose is to collect both static and dynamic data on Android based
smartphones. We aim to use this data to train an Intrusion Detection System
that is currently in development.