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IT meets OT: Technical and Regulatory Security for Industry 4.0 Machine Interfaces

In collaboration with Endress + Hauser Flow and supported by Innosuisse, the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland (FHNW) is embarking on a journey to bolster the security of Industrie 4.0 interfaces. This ambitious project, part of the Industrie 2025 initiative, aims to develop a cutting-edge software tool that evaluates and enhances the safety of data interfaces in networked machine and system environments.

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🚀 Team Day at the Competence Center Digital Trust: Shaping Success Together!

We hope you all had a fantastic start to the new year! Here at the Competence Center Digital Trust, we took advantage of the lecture-free period to put our heads together and set the course for an exciting 2024.🌐 Trinational Digital Trust Day on May 13 An exceptional highlight in…

Projects, News, Research, Team

IT meets OT: Technical and Regulatory Security for Industry 4.0 Machine Interfaces

New interdisciplinary research project at IBE (HT), IMVS (HT), and IWI (HSW).In the context of Industry 4.0, increasingly autonomous, intelligent, and non-hierarchical machine and system systems are being deployed in production and logistics. These systems are interconnected through a so-called integration platform (also IoT platform) and share a common data…

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Switzerland Training Plan to Empower Micro and Small Enterprises (MSEs) Employees and Applied University Students with Cybersecurity Skills

Our Erasmus+ research project – MECyS has reached an essential milestone! A Training Report was published in November 2023, and this has been adapted to the needs of Switzerland.Aimed at providing an overview of how a Cybersecurity learning process for MSEs can be organised, the training report covers three…

News, Education

First International Social Engineering Elective in collaboration with Cameroon

On 18th December, we successfully closed the first iteration of our “Social Engineering” Course in collaboration with SwissLink University of Cameroon. We were delighted to look back on our 6-week learning journey, where we had both a great learning about the topic of social engineering and a highly valuable intercultural…

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4th International Workshop on Blockchain and Enterprise Systems (Poem 2023)

We are pleased to announce our participation in the PoEM 2023 conference, in collaboration with the University of Camerino. The PoEM working conference aims to improve the understanding of the practice of Enterprise Modeling (EM) by offering a forum for sharing experiences and knowledge between the academic community…

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We Welcomed Future Cybersecurity Defenders for the National Future Day 2023

National Future Day, or Nationaler Zukunftstag, is an annual event that opens the doors of approximately 2,500 businesses, organizations, vocational schools, and universities to eager students. This day provides a unique opportunity for young minds to explore interesting and exiting career paths. The year 2023 saw a remarkable turnout,…

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FHNW Graduate Receives Outstanding Paper Award at AC 2023 for «Security Information and Event Management EDO4SIEM»

In the dynamic world of applied computing, recognition is a mark of exceptional achievement. We are thrilled to announce that Maximilian Rosenberg, a graduate in Business Information Technology (Wirtschaftsinformatik) from School of Business FHNW (Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz), has been honored with the «Outstanding Paper Award» at the Applied Computing Conference 2023…

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Cybersecurity Research Landscape – FHNW has most researchers in Education and Training

A recent study conducted by armasuisse Science and Technology and the Swiss Academy of Engineering Sciences (SATW) offers an insightful analysis of Switzerland’s cybersecurity research efforts. The study involved 22 Swiss universities and examined their contributions to 14 different cybersecurity research domains, as defined by the European Joint Research Center. Key…

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