Computer Security group news
Google award for discovering bug in Java library
CWI researchers received a prize from Google for discovering an overflow bug in Java’s standard software library, the LinkedList bug. They prevented a possibility for hackers to make unsafe connections via Java.
Marten van Dijk wins IEEE CS Edward J. McCluskey Technical Achievement Award
For his contributions to oblivious and encrypted computation Marten van Dijk won the 2023 IEEE CS Edward J. McCluskey Technical Achievement Award.
Marten van Dijk appointed as endowed professor at VU Amsterdam
The Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam Executive Board has appointed Marten van Dijk (CWI) as endowed professor in Secure and Intelligent Computing, effective from 8 November 2022.
Intel Award for Marten van Dijk and colleagues
Test of Time Award for a single-chip secure processor where the underlying system software is untrusted.
Marten van Dijk in New Scientist article on solving privacy problems
Marten van Dijk, head of CWI’s Computer Security group, was quoted in the international edition of New Scientist on ‘An extreme form of encryption could solve big data's privacy problem’.
IEEE Fellowship for security research Marten van Dijk
Marten van Dijk (CWI) has received the IEEE Fellowship for his contributions to security, especially secure processor design and encrypted computation. His security work is used worldwide: both in applications like Intel …
Start of ACCSS - new association of cybersecurity academics
Last month, members of the ACCSS association celebrated that ACCSS (ACademic Cyber Security Society) is now a formal association. Marten van Dijk, head of CWI’s Computer Security research group, is one of …
Workshop on Dutch Secure Autonomous Cloud
A consortium of CWI and other academic partners have joined forces to create the Dutch Secure Autonomous Cloud. This is a transparent, national cloud with security guarantees for the processing and storage …