Das ISSE gratuliert Oliver Greulich zum erfolgreichen Abschluss seiner Bachelorarbeit!
Prof. Rausch zu Gast beim Digitaltalk Niedersachsen zum Thema "Human Sensors" am 04. Mai im CORE Oldenburg
Wasmizer: Curating WebAssembly-driven Projects on GitHub
In a paper titled “Wasmizer: Curating WebAssembly-driven Projects on GitHub”, the Secure Software Engineering group members together with researchers from New Zealand and Canada present a tool that mines relevant open-source projects and generates WebAssembly binaries automatically. This novel dataset is the first evolving dataset of its kind that provides researchers with an up-to-date dataset of WebAssembly binaries and their associated source projects. This work will be presented in MSR 2023, the premier conference in Mining Software Repositories, to be held in May 15-16 in Melbourne, Australia.
Insecure by Design in the Backbone of Critical Infrastructure
In a paper titled “Insecure by Design in the Backbone of Critical Infrastructure”, security researchers at Forescout and Prof. Mohammad Ghafari, reported 53 confirmed vulnerabilities in Operational Technology (OT) products. They show that “despite a decade of efforts in improving OT security, the OT install base is still suffering from insecure-by-design issues even for products that are security certified”. This work will be presented during CPS-IoT week on May 9 in Texas, USA.
HICSS Minitrack Healthcare Applications for Personal Vehicles
The Institute for Software and Systems Engineering is happy to announce, that we successfully applied for a minitrack on the 2024 Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences.
We have successfully applied for a minitrack on next year’s Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences.
Paper "Towards Specification Completion for Systems with Emergent Behavior based on DevOps" has been published in the Proceedings of the 2022 International Conference on Computational Science and Computational Intelligence (CSCI'22).
Das ISSE gratuliert Nour Habib zum erfolgreichen Abschluss seiner Masterarbeit!