AUVESY’s role in the MADISA research project
The University of Applied Sciences Worms is conducting a research project focusing on IT security
The MADISA project (automatic recognition of attacks on industrial control systems data) is being run under the academic supervision of Prof. Dr. Steffen Wendzel. The project aims to provide a worthy contribution to industries as well as to develop a more accurate idea on where and for what purpose, legitimate data (desired and necessary) is deposited in industrial control systems. It also aims to answer how this data changes whilst in use over a long period. The issue of up-and-coming potential and known attacks are also being examined.
The goal of the project is to support operators of industrial control systems by detecting as many attacks as quickly as possible. It is expected that the project data will lead to concrete entrepreneurial innovation and also be of benefit to the regional economy here in Rhineland-Palatinate.
The research project is being jointly run by the University of Applied Sciences Worms and AUVESY.
For further information, please see: https://madisa.ztt.hs-worms.de/