Security in Telecommunications

 

 Security in Telecommunications

 

​Security in Telecommunications - SecT researches the limits and foundations for achievable security, to create the most secure and reliable systems.

Research Focus
Functioning information and communication systems are of core significance for business and society. The constant development of secure and reliable communication technologies is therefore at the heart of research in the field of security in telecommunications.

Under the leadership of Prof. Dr. Jean-Pierre Seifert, scientists are working in the areas of access control, encryption, security of online transactions, management of privacy, anonymity and identity, as well as system security are searching for solutions for designing secure communications and network infrastructure.

Theories and methods for secure systems
The Telekom Innovation Laboratories (T-Labs) primarily encourage basic research. "The challenge," said Professor Seifert, "lies in working out what security is actually possible in theory and in practice under the conditions of constant new attack scenarios that could arise." Based on this research, Seifert wants to drive forward the development of theories and methods that will enable the design of secure and reliable information and communication systems.

You can find more detailed information on the website of the professorship: Security in Telecommunications

Our Team

 

 

 

 Prof. Dr. Jean-Pierre Seifert

 

Jean-Pierre Seifert 

Head

  • Jean-Pierre Seifert

Research Assistants

Ravishankar
Borgaonkar
Janis Danisevskis
Juliane Krämer
Benjamin Michéle

Dmitry
Nedospasov
Jan Nordholz
Michael Peter
Patrick Stewin

Technical Staff


Student Assistants

Kevin Redon
 

 Cross-domain Middleware

 

In the innovation field Cross Domain Middleware, T-Labs develops software components and interfaces based on existing network assets and enablers for an open communication platform to securely connect components across domains such as home, health, energy or traffic which will serve as a basis for 3rd party services.

Cross-domain Middleware
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