In Depth Security
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Verlag: Magdeburger Institut für Sicherheitsforschung
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Carefully picked, these proceedings are not purely academic, but papers written by people of practice, international experts from various areas of the IT-Security zoo. You find features dealing with IT-Security strategy, the social domain as well as with technical issues, all thoroughly researched and hyper contemporary. We want to encourage individuals, organizations and countries to meet and exchange, to improve overall security, understanding and trust. We try to combine hands-on practice with scientific approach. This book is bringing it all together.
Stefan Schumacher (Hrsg.)
Stefan Schumacher is the president of the Magdeburg Institute for Security Research and
editor of the Magdeburg Journal for Security Research in Magdeburg/Germany. He started
his hacking career before the fall of the Berlin Wall on an East German small computer
KC85/3 with 1.75 MHz and a Datasette drive.
Ever since he liked to explore technical and social systems with a focus on security and
how to exploit them. He was a NetBSD developer for some years and involved in several
other Open Source projects and events. He studied Educational Science and Psychology and does a lot of unique research about the Psychology of Security with a focus on Social Engineering, User Training and Didactics of Security/Cryptography.
He is currently leading the research project Psychology of Security, where fundamental qualitative and quantitative research about the perception and construction of security is done.
He presents the research results regularly at international conferences like AusCert Australia, Chaos Communication Congress, Chaos Communciation Camp, DeepSec Vienna, DeepIntel Salzburg, Positive Hack Days Moscow or LinuxDays Luxembourg and in security related journals and books.
René Pfeiffer (Hrsg.)
René Pfeiffer is one of the organisers of the annual DeepSec In-Depth Security Conference.
He works self-employed in information technology, lectures at the Technikum Wien, and is involved with cryptography and information security for over 20 years.
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