Lecture: IT Security

The lecture introduces to selected active research fields of IT security researchers at University of Bonn and Fraunhofer FKIE. If you are interested in what research we are working on or willing to join us during your studies in seminars, labs, thesis, etc. this lecture is a good opportunity to get in touch with our running research work. Topics of lectures will include: security threats; advanced network security: internet routing security, network attack detection, network information hiding; cryptographic key management; building automation security; advanced host security; security patterns; security awareness; privacy and pseudonymization


  • Responsible: Prof. Dr. Michael Meier
  • Dates: Thu 10.30-12, weekly, LBH, II.27, First lecture on 9.4.
  • Course number: MA-INF-3236



  • Term: Master Computer Science
  • Requirements: Fundamental knowledge in the following areas: operating systems, networks, security
  • Faculty: MA-INF 3236
  • Effort: 2L+2E / 6 CP
  • Follow-up/Side-events: Seminar on "Selected Topics in IT-Security", Lab-Course "IT-Security"

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