About ZISC

The world is undergoing a dramatic transformation. New information technologies emerge at rapid pace and these innovations have a significant impact on our social, political, and economic lives. The change does not come without risks. The goal of ZISC is to bring academia and industry together to solve the information security challenges of tomorrow. ZISC is an industry-funded research center of ETH Zurich where PhD students and senior researchers perform academic research under the supervision of ETH faculty members.

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Recent publications

Jacqueline Brendel, Cas Cremers, Dennis Jackson, Mang Zhao.
The Provable Security of Ed25519: Theory and Practice.
IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy (S&P), 2021.
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Benjamin Rothenberger, Konstantin Taranov, Adrian Perrig, and Torsten Hoefler.
ReDMArk: Bypassing RDMA Security Mechanisms.
USENIX Security Symposium (USENIX Security), 2021.
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Markus Legner, Tobias Klenze, Marc Wyss, Christoph Sprenger, and Adrian Perrig.
EPIC: Every Packet Is Checked in the Data Plane of a Path-Aware Internet.
USENIX Security Symposium (USENIX Security), 2020.
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Featured research

SCION is the first clean-slate Internet architecture designed to provide route control, failure isolation, and explicit trust information for end-to-end communications. SCION organizes existing ASes into groups of independent routing sub-planes, called isolation domains, which then interconnect to form complete routes. As a result, the SCION architecture provides strong resilience and security properties as an intrinsic consequence of good design principles, avoiding piecemeal add-on protocols as security patches.

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