Find out how Fraunhofer AISEC 2022 has worked towards enhancing IT security for enterprises and the public sector and staying one step ahead of attackers in the annual report »Innovating with Security«.
In a study for the European Commission, Fraunhofer AISEC examines the challenges and motivations for secure and reliable electronics, with a focus on secure designs, supply chains and analysis methods.
As a member of the SAPEA Working Group, Prof. Claudia Eckert co-authored the Evidence Review Report »Strategic Crisis Management in the EU«, which served as the basis for a set of recommendations to the European Commission.
Security of AI-Systems: Fundamentals. Adversarial Deep Learning.
The study by Fraunhofer AISEC, Fraunhofer IAIS, TÜViT and Neurocat provides an overview of machine learning-specific vulnerabilities. It discusses the resilience of AI models to attacks and shows best practices for protecting Deep Learning-based AI applications. It was commissioned by the German Federal Office for Information Security (BSI).
As part of the Velektronik research project, Fraunhofer AISEC discusses threats to trustworthiness throughout the value chain of electronics in Part 1 of their reference paper »Trustworthy Electronics«.