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66386 St. Ingbert (Germany)

Kurzbiografie

Katharina is currently tenure-track faculty member at CISPA and head of the Usable Security Group, Empirical and Behavioral Security Research Area.

Before that, she was senior researcher at SBA Research. She completed her PhD in November 2016 with distinction. She also received a master’s degree in Media Informatics from TU Wien in 2012.

CV: Letzte vier Stationen

2018 - heute
Faculty (tenure track), CISPA Helmholtz Center for Information Security, Saarbrucken, Germany
2013 - 2018
Researcher, SBA Research, Vienna, Austria; research and project management in information security
09/2015 - 10/2015
Research Intern, Ruhr University Bochum, Germany; supervisor: Thorsten Holz, usable authentication
2014 - 2019
Lecturer, FH Campus Vienna University of Applied Sciences; information and network forensics

Veröffentlichungen von Katharina Krombholz

Jahr 2023

Konferenz / Medium

USENIX-Security
Proceedings of the 32nd USENIX Security Symposium32nd USENIX Security Symposium

Jahr 2022

Konferenz / Medium

SOUPS
The Eighteenth Symposium on Usable Privacy and Security (SOUPS 2022)Eighteenth Symposium on Usable Privacy and Security

Konferenz / Medium

SOUPS
Proceedings of the Eigtheenth Symposium on Usable Privacy and Security (SOUPS) 2022USENIX Symposium on Usable Privacy and Security (SOUPS) 2022

Konferenz / Medium

SOUPS
Proceedings of the Eighteenth Symposium on Usable Privacy and Security (SOUPS) 2022USENIX Symposium on Usable Privacy and Security (SOUPS) 2022

Konferenz / Medium

SOUPS
Proceedings of the Eighteenth Symposium on Usable Privacy and Security (SOUPS 2022)The Eighteenth Symposium on Usable Privacy and Security (SOUPS 2022)

Konferenz / Medium

USENIX-Security
31st USENIX Security Symposium31st USENIX Security Symposium

Konferenz / Medium

UNSPECIFIED
International Conference on Human-Computer InteractionHCI-CPT: 4th International Conference on HCI for Cybersecurity, Privacy and Trust

Konferenz / Medium

UNSPECIFIED
International Conference on Human-Computer InteractionHCI-CPT: 4th International Conference on HCI for Cybersecurity, Privacy an Trust

Jahr 2021

Lehre von Katharina Krombholz

Winter 2021/22

Security

The Security core lecture ("Stammvorlesung") will be offered in winter term '21/'22. There is a short teaser video for the lecture (from last year, so there will be some changes to content as Dr. Krombholz is taking over from Dr. Pellegrino).

Lectures

The kick-off lecture on the 20th of October will be held in a hybrid format; hence we will stream the lecture from GHH.

In the first two weeks of the lecture, we will try different formats (online, hybrid, in person) and see what works best for most of the students and the lecturers to guarantee the best possible learning experience. After the first two weeks, we will send out a survey to ask for feedback and your preference and constraints for planning the remainder of the semester.

For the rest of the semester, our periodic schedule for the two lectures a week will be:

  • Wednesday 12:15-13:45 (online LINK or GHH, TBC)
  • Friday 16:15-17:45 (online LINK or GHH, TBC)

 

Registration

Registration in this CMS is required until 27.10.2021 at 4pm. LSF exam registration is required to participate in the exams (and will be possible until ~1 week before the finals).

 

Tutorials

Tutorials will start in the week of November 8 and will be held bi-weekly. We will offer both in-person and online tutorials. We will soon provide registrations for Tutorials via CMS.

Summer 2020

Advanced Lecture: Usable Security

In this lecture, you will learn about human-centric aspects of IT security. Besides research and design methods, you will learn about hot topics in usable security such as authentication, encryption and privacy.

Winter 2019/20

Seminar: Designing Usable Security

The goal of this seminar is to understand usable security challenges based on user studies from scientific literature, identify the design space based on these studies and propose potential design approaches for user-friendly security and privacy technology.

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