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IT securityCarsten SchürmannComputer Science DepartmentResearchdemocracy
Many countries are digitizing the electoral process. Associate professor Carsten Schürmann explores how it can be done without jeopardizing voters' trust.
IT securityCarsten SchürmannComputer Science DepartmentResearchdemocracye-government
In July 2017 associate professor at the IT University of Copenhagen, Carsten Schürmann made the headlines in the international media with a hack that demonstrated the vulnerabilities of the DRE voting machines used in the U.S. elections. Now these voting machines are decertified in the state of Virginia.
IT securityCarsten SchürmannComputer Science DepartmentResearchalgorithmsdemocracydigitizatione-governmentinnovationmanagement
Carsten Schürmann, Associate Professor at the IT University of Copenhagen, hacked an American WINVote machine at DEF CON, one of the world's largest hacker conventions. The hack has now been receiving a lot attention in some of the worlds most influential media.
IT securityRoman BeckBusiness IT DepartmentResearchEntrepreneurshipCollaborationsEducationComputer Science DepartmentBlockchaininnovationprivacy
Blockchain technologies will revolutionize IT systems worldwide. However the revolution comes with both opportunities and challenges in a broad range of areas. At the IT University of Copenhagen, professor Roman Beck has now established European Blockchain Center, which will ensure that Denmark is at the forefront of the field.
Smartwatches can measure your heart rate, count your steps and calculate how many calories you burn. But the motion sensors built into the watches can also track your PIN code, according to a Master’s thesis from the IT University of Copenhagen – and this information can potentially be exploited by cybercriminals.
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Workshop on online privacy drew a full house – two ITU-students organized the event.
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