Supporting the security community

Welcome to secUnity – a project funded by the German Federal Ministry for Education and Research (BMBF) to intensify IT security research in Germany and Europe. We support sustainable interdisciplinary networking in IT security research on a European level by

  • conducting a survey of IT security research locations,
  • systematically assessing gaps in IT security,
  • performing a dialog to obtain a vision of long-term IT security research policy,
  • organizing events and scientific workshops, and
  • participating actively in training young researchers.

secUnity Roadmap

On February 5, 2019, the secUnity project officially presented its roadmap on cybersecurity research. At the event in Brussels, high-ranking representatives of European IT security policy from ENISA, DG CNECT and the European Parliament discussed the key challenges of civil IT-security research for Digital Sovereignty.

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Publication of the secUnity Roadmap "Cybersecurity Research: Challenges and Course of Action"

On February 5th, 2019, the BMBF-sponsored joint project secUnity officially presented a roadmap on cybersecurity research at the Representation of the...

 

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secUnity-Workshop on "Artificial Intelligence and Cybersecurity" in Brussels

In the workshop of the BMBF joint project secUnity on 5th February 2019 in Brussels, representatives of the EU and scientists discussed about...

 

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Beitrag in juristischer Fachzeitschrift "Computer & Recht"

Im November 2018 erschien in der juristischen Fachzeitschrift Computer & Recht (CR 2018, S. 706) mit dem Titel „Systematisierung des IT-...

 

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Presentation of the secUnity Roadmap at the European Commission

The roadmap "Cybersecurity Research: Challenges and Course of Action", which is being developed under the coordination of secUnity, was presented...

 

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IT Security Map

Our IT security map displays partners in the IT security world.


secUnity Roadmap

Our roadmap identifies the key challenges in IT security research.


IT-security Q&A

To identify research projects which are innovative and also relevant to application, we offer a IT-security Q&A platform. It allows users to ask questions about specific requirements which will then be answered by universities and can be included in the roadmap process.

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