Information and System Security

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Information and System Security is both a problem of fundamental importance for modern society and a scientific discipline with its own foundations and methods. The faculty carries out research across this spectrum, ranging from mathematical foundations of cryptography to building solutions to pressing problems in securing networks, cyber-physical systems, and applications.

As security is highly interdisciplinary, work is collaborative, with strong links to industrial partners and other faculty areas. The security faculty at ETH Zurich has a track record of impact through publications at top venues, open source software releases, products, and spin-off companies.

Areas of research

cryptography, formal methods, network security, system security, privacy

Computer science professor David Basin

David Basin
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methods and tools for modeling, building, and validating secure and reliable systems, protocols and applications

Srđan Čapkun
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system and network security, wireless security, secure localization

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Computer science professor Ueli Maurer

Ueli Maurer
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cryptography, information security, theoretical computer science, information theory, discrete mathematics

Computer science professor Adrian Perrig

Adrian Perrig
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system and network security, networks, internet architecture

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