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.
News and activities
- A decade of dedication to “Secure Internet” has come to fruition September 10, 2021
- Cryptographic vulnerabilities and security arguments for Telegram August 2, 2021
- Sustainable Internet Routing with SCION March 26, 2021
- New Network Zoning Architecture March 22, 2021
- Linking Protocol and Code Verification November 2, 2020
- Welcome, Professor Shweta Shinde! October 19, 2020
- New Results on Anonymous Symmetric-Key Communication October 12, 2020
- Swiss paper-voting system bears cyber risks October 2, 2020
- SCION Tutorial at SIGCOMM 2020 September 17, 2020
- Is your credit card really safe? September 3, 2020
- New research on Internet communication in space August 7, 2020
- Prof. David Basin wins SACMAT Test of Time Award June 26, 2020
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.
Benjamin Rothenberger, Konstantin Taranov, Adrian Perrig, and Torsten Hoefler.
ReDMArk: Bypassing RDMA Security Mechanisms.
USENIX Security Symposium (USENIX Security), 2021.
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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