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The International Secure Systems Lab (iSecLab) is a "meta-lab”, composed of a number of security research labs with deep personal and professional connections. iSecLab members collaborate closely, apply for joint funding, share data, exchange ideas, and have fun together. iSecLab encourages and supports student and faculty mobility within the labs. The research focus is on applied computer security, with a recent emphasis on web security, malware analysis, cybercrime, and vulnerability analysis.

The iSecLab was originally founded in 2005 at the Technical University of Vienna. In its first years of existence, the iSecLab grew to include the Institute Eurécom in the French Riviera and the University of California, Santa Barbara. In 2010, Ruhr University in Bochum (Germany) joined the iSecLab family, and, in 2011, Northeastern University came on board. In the following years, as student members became professors with their own labs, the iSecLab has kept growing, and labs from University College London (UK), Arizona State University (USA), and Politecnico di Milano (Italy) joined the iSecLab.

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TU Wien (TUV)

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UC Santa Barbara (UCSB)

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Institute Eurecom (EURECOM)

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Ruhr-Universit├Ąt Bochum (RUB)

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Northeastern University (NEU)

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University College London (UCL)

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Arizona State University (ASU)

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Boston University (BU)

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Politecnico di Milano (POLIMI)


The 3rd place of our join iCTF Team "We_0wn_Y0u" in the iCTF 2014-2015 contest was covered here: [TU-Wien], [Futurezone], [derStandard], [OE24], [], [Wirtschaftsblatt], [], [] and others.
We were interviewed by the 'Help' Magazin regarding the secure deletion of user data from smart phones: [link]
There was an interview with us concerning Smart Phone Application Security: [link]
The Austrian Futurezone covers our joint Smart Grid Security project SG2 and the critical infrastructure security research conducted at the Hardware Security Lab Vienna: [link]
Markus Kammerstetter is Studio Guest in 'Pro und Contra' concerning Edward Snowden and privacy: [Stream]
The TV Magazine "Newton" covered the Hardware Security Labs research on embedded system security for building fire alarm systems: [link]
The Austrian newspaper "der Standard" reported on our success at the iCTF 2013 [link]
There was a report on our clickonomics paper: NDSS 2013
DarkReading reported on our upcoming ACSAC paper: Disclosure
There was a report on our upload payments paper: Raid 2012

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