Integrated Security R&D Center

The Center focuses on the integration of current and future information security problems with the physical, logical and human aspects of security questions. It also offers possible solutions by developing process- and device-centric methodologies and technologies. The aim of the center is to develop pragmatic methodologies and solutions which are able to analyze and mitigate dangers and risks related to IT security. Its competitiveness lies in the sound theoretical background which renders it suitable for analyzing and planning complex systems as a unit. The research activity has also led to the creation of the methodological background of the risk assessment for security systems. The research results have led on the one hand to carrying out the prevention of losses as a result of faulty IT user systems and IT security, on the other had to minimizing these losses by creating security solutions and backup tools.

Contact: Dr. Zoltán Süle, Associate Professor (e-mail: ) sule

Main project:

  • Developing the prototype of distributed data collecting, real-time log analyzing and automatized warning systems to guarantee confidentiality.

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